What is procrastination? Procrastination definition: “To keep delaying something that must be done, often because it is unpleasant or boring”. —Cambridge Dictionary We’ve all been there! The garage needs tidying… the dog needs a bath… the windows need cleaning… the grass is needing cut…. ugh!
I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve tuned in to social media to “have a quick look” and an hour or two later, and I’m still scrolling through pictures and posts! Sound familiar? If “yes”, then this post is especially for you! Social media is a wonderful way to stay connected with theContinue reading “8 ways to balance your social media usage”
There are times when we all struggle and don’t feel at our best. It’s not uncommon to feel this way, and while there are things that are out with our control, there are also lots of steps we can take to regain control and help us feel better starting right now. I’ve listed a few ideasContinue reading “5 ways to feel better starting right now”
Social media is a fabulous way to stay connected with people, but it can also be very damaging to our relationships, productivity, and wellbeing. After a long scrolling session, have you ever felt anxious or drained? Do you find yourself comparing your life and circumstances to that of other peoples’? Do you feel stressed outContinue reading “5 reasons you should consider a social media detox”
Self-care is important for building resilience towards life stressors and things that are outwith our control, e.g. COVID-19. When we take steps to care for our body, spirit and mind, we will be better equipped to face stressors head-on. Unfortunately, many people view self-care as a luxury, rather than a priority. Consequently, they’re left feeling overwhelmed, tired, andContinue reading “The importance of self-care”
Are you experiencing a difficult situation? or Feeling the mid-winter blues? Scroll this way and discover 2 ways to improve your mood right now…
Hygge (pronounced “hoo-gah”) originated in Norway. It was adopted by the Danes during the 18th Century and has spread in popularity throughout the world in recent years. Today, hygge translates roughly as “cosiness”, but in fact it means so much more. So what is hygge?