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“Treasure your relationships, not your possessions.” - Anthony J.D Angelo Technology has enabled us to feel like we’re always in touch with each other. But seeing someone’s Facebook or Instagram update is not the same as catching up with them in real life.
When last did you enjoy spending time on your own? As humans, we are great at filling our days with things to do and places to be, at the expense of savouring a little solitude. And we are missing out.
If there’s one thing that’s the same for all of us it’s this: life moves quickly. One day you’re starting school and the next you’re starting work. If you don’t look up, pay attention and make an effort to notice what’s going on, it can all becomes a bit blurry. Luckily, time is punctuated by life-changing and unforgettable moments that give us an excuse to slow down, look around and enjoy where we are right there and then.
If there’s one thing we could all use a little bit more of, it’s self-care. But for too many of us, that’s often easier said than done. With ‘self-care’ being one of the buzz words of the moment, it’s difficult to know where to start and what to do. That’s where a self-care toolkit comes in. Simply; a self-care toolkit is a collection of practices or things that can bring you joy and comfort, reduce anxiety and help you relax. Wondering how to go about making one? Read on.
We have all been in a situation where we feel like we have too much to do and too little time. This kind of hectic lifestyle can lead to stress and anxiety and over time may begin to impact your health.
In today's hectic world our busy lifestyles can affect our performance at home and at work.
With so many styles to choose from, getting started with meditation can be a daunting prospect. It is important to find a technique that suits your personality and fits in with your lifestyle, and the best way to do this is to experiment.
“Sleep is the best meditation” - Dalai Lama We all know what it’s like to have a bad night’s sleep. The next day can be a muddle of feeling exhausted and irritable and the knock-on effect on our work, relationships and emotions can be enormous. Rest is one of the few things we need to feel our best. Good quality sleep can help maintain our mental health as well as help our bodies repair themselves.
Sometimes your mind won’t switch off at night, continuously preoccupied and thinking about events such as an upcoming presentation or job interview, or your child’s first day at school.