Month: February 2019

Vegetables!

We are always told we need to eat more vegetables, but let’s have a look at why. Vegetables are full of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fibre which are vital components in keeping us healthy and […]

Nature & Mental Health

There is a lot to be said about going outside and breathing in the fresh air. If you think back to thousands of years ago, our ancestors would have spent most of their time outside, […]

Stress Management

Developing emotional resilience is one of the ways that Mind the Mental Health Charity report as effective in managing your stress. Taking steps to look after your wellbeing can help you deal with pressure, and […]

Self Care & Goal Setting

Sometimes we all need to switch off and take some time to ourselves to reflect on life.  Busy home and work schedules leave hardly any time set aside to focus on you. Self care isn’t a […]

Common Mindfulness Apps

Headspace is an application that has helped over 10 million people globally to incorporate mindfulness into their everyday routines. Its goal is to teach you the foundational aspects of meditation, and expects that you have […]

Time to Talk

1 in 4 people experience Mental Health issues every year. Yet many don’t get the help and support they need as they are too afraid to speak out. Today is ‘Time to Talk day.’ A day […]

The Importance of a Strong Core

Core Strength is a complex and highly undervalued area of health and wellness: A strong and mobile core underpins nearly everything that we do, from our posture, stamina and balance to taking part in physical […]