Being mindful of our choices as people can truly help us feel that little bit better in ourselves. I hear the term ‘conscious living’ being brought up- and it’s a wonderful thing to see. Hearing of living a slower, more conscious way of life is something I have definitely focused on this last year, more […]Read More Our Wellbeing & Our Product Choices
Hey folks, I wanted to share with you an article I found on Psychologies by Jamie Rhodes author of ‘Instrumental: A Memoir of Madness, Medication and Music’ (purchase here), and Matt Haig, author of ‘Reasons to Stay Alive’ (purchase here) about the top ten strategies that helped them through the more difficult times. These are wonderful, […]Read More 10 Ways Back To The Light
Sometimes, when we’re battling through and going about our every day activities, our struggles can slip under and go undetected. So how do we know when we are struggling?Read More Noticing When You’re Struggling
Forget the self-help books and a lot of laborious things you cannot motivate yourself to do. I’m here to tell you there are just 2 ways in which you can track your mental health, without the hassle. Takes 2 minutes (or 45 seconds to be specific)Read More Productivity for your Mental Health (without the hassle!)
A lot has changed since then; the rapid flow of life, an evolution of decisions and challenges just seemed to happen…and happen fast.Read More Hi, I’m kimmykeepreal: Let’s Start Fresh
From Time announcing Person of the Year to the ‘Silence Breakers’ it made me realise how important this movement actually is; not just for women, but for all who feel they have been silenced by fear. We will not be silenced.Read More #MeToo – Why Is It Important To Everyone?
There’s a rise in people using, or at least being aware of ‘mindfulness’ to try shift the stress away from every day life. I love the fact folk are bringing meditation into their routine; but we first have to answer this important question; Why does it feel like we are leading even busier lives than what we were before? […]Read More Mindfulness and a Mind ‘Full’?