CBD can be found in just about anything these days, from candies and cookies to beauty products. A study published in Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research in July 2018 found that the most common method of taking it was sublingually, which is how CBD tinctures are used. If you haven't tried a CBD tincture and are … Continue reading Should you try a CBD tincture?
Many people look forward to summer every year. With brighter days and longer nights, things just somehow feel a little bit better. And after the past year, summer is more welcome than ever. But it’s easy to hype something up and have it not turn out as you expect. Perhaps you were hoping to feel … Continue reading Feeling a summer slump? Shake yourself out of it
Moving house is well-known as one of the most stressful life events. It can take its toll mentally, emotionally and physically. There is a lot to plan for a house move, especially when you throw kids into the mix too and a large family house and garden full of stuff. If you are relocating then … Continue reading How to reduce moving house stress and anxiety
Creating a relaxing Zen garden where you can feel at peace and calm doesn’t have to be tricky. Read on for some easy tips on how to bring some zen to your garden for a tranquil experience. Create a dry landscape for authenticity Traditionally a Zen garden (karesansui) is a minimalist dry landscape with rocks, … Continue reading Relaxing zen garden ideas
Whether you choose to work from home or there was no say in the matter, there is no denying that remote working brings many benefits. They include greater flexibility and an improved work-life balance, better productivity, and, you might think, fewer issues that would make you unwell or cause you injury. This last point might … Continue reading Could working from home make you unwell?
Suffering from mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression entails more than just feeling down. It's not wanting to be alone, but not wanting to be around anyone else; it's wanting to be productive but not being able to get out of bed; it's being too tired to stay awake, but unable to turn … Continue reading Amazing ways to help your mental health this year
Physical and mental wellness is an essential element in a person’s life. Many of us focus on our physical health, but mental health is vitally as important. Many people suffer with anxiety and it can affect our day to day wellbeing and overall happiness. Not only does anxiety affect us mentally, but it can cause … Continue reading 7 tips for reducing anxiety
Too much anxiety can be debilitating and frustrating to live with daily. It’s in your best interest to find ways to manage and reduce anxiety so you can live freely and feel better fast. It’s all about your lifestyle and what you choose to do or not do and put or not put in your … Continue reading 4 ways to reduce anxiety & feel better fast
Do you feel good about your home environment? Right now many of us are spending more time than ever at home. Some of us are now permanently calling the home our workplace too as businesses have realised the cost-saving and employee wellbeing benefits of allowing their staff to work from home. Whilst also realising productivity … Continue reading How to make your home your happy place
January has been and gone and we are now well and truly into this New Year. Many of us will have made resolutions for the New Year and whether we continue with them is another thing! One important thing to do before the year disappears anymore is to review our life admin and get on … Continue reading Life admin checklist: 10 ways to get your life admin in check
Our lives can often seem overwhelming with the never-ending to-do lists we create ourselves to manage our families, households, work and social lives. There are insurances to renew, bills to pay, finances to budget. Mixed with never-ending alerts on our phones with messages from numerous social media apps and all sorts of messaging services, we … Continue reading The end-of life prep you should stop avoiding
The world is becoming an increasingly challenging place in which to live. We have crazy politics, a pandemic and a media that seems hell-bent on tapping into our fear centres like never before. It’s a profoundly troublesome time - a bit like the 1930s. Challenging periods like these, however, are nothing new. They’ve occurred throughout … Continue reading Stress management in a world gone mad