All posts by Sarah@Kaido

It’s the little things

Making changes to your lifestyle does not need to be complex and radical. In fact, it is the small changes that we make that can have the biggest impact on our health, fitness and wellbeing. […]

The Benefits of Physical Exercise

People in the UK are approximately 20% less active now than in the 1960’s.  This could be partly due to technology making our lives a lot easier and most people now drive or take public […]

The Benefits of Moving Every Hour

Did you know 81% of office workers spend between 4 and 9 hours sitting at their desk every day. According to the NHS, adults in the UK spend more than 7 hours a day sitting […]

Reflecting

Learning is part of life. Whether we think about it or not, we are constantly evolving to learn new skills. This could be starting a new job, attending a course, becoming a parent, cooking a […]

Being Grateful

“The secret of happiness is to count your blessings while others are adding up their troubles.”  ~ William Penn  Gratitude has been scientifically proven to strengthen the immune system, to make us happier, to improve […]

Mindful Exercise

Mindfulness is placing your awareness in the present moment. Our bodies are always in the present moment, it’s just our minds that we need to re-focus. We work at our best when our mind and […]

Financial Wellbeing

Money concerns are one of the biggest causes of stress. According to PwC’s 2017 ‘Employee financial wellness survey they found that 53% of employees are stressed about their finances. Financial Wellbeing covers the complicated subject of our […]

Yoga & Back Pain

Yoga is an ancient practise that brings together mind and body. It incorporates breathing techniques, exercise, meditation and poses, and is designed to encourage relaxation. Practising yoga can have many positive benefits both mentally and […]

Social Wellbeing

As well as our physical and mental wellbeing, social wellbeing is an integral part of our overall health. Humans, as a species, are social by nature – we not only crave interactions but we actually […]

Does Alcohol help us Sleep?

Many of us think that having a few glasses of wine at night will help us to sleep, which is where the common phrase ‘night cap’ originated. However, research shows that this is not the […]