This year has been a stressful time for everyone. We have all been affected by the coronavirus pandemic in one way or another, whether that is work related, home life or social life. Worries about safety, finances, job security, family and friends can all build up and can be quite
Meditation has previously been associated with religion and individuals that have strong faiths and belief systems. However, over the past decade, more and more people are adopting meditation techniques into their everyday lives and are feeling the benefits of doing so.
In this article, we will discuss what the main benefits
We’ve all had those days where boredom hits you. I’m currently going through an extended period of unemployment due to redundancy and my own business failing. For months I’ve been applying for jobs from my sofa with occasional breaks for a dog walk and boredom has become a constant companion.
For the last few months, you've probably spent more time online than ever before. Whether working from home, homeschooling, keeping in touch with friends and family or all of the above, I'd hazard a guess that you've reached the point of exhaustion. There comes a point where you just can't
“Silence is a source of great strength.”Lao Tzu
We live in a noisy world. We are surrounded by a cacophony of sounds and voices, a chorus of constant conversation. Even when we are alone, we rarely allow ourselves to enjoy silence. We feel compelled to fill any gaps between our own
Colouring books for adults have become somewhat of a phenomenon over recent years. You can’t walk into any book shop without seeing a whole spectrum of different colouring books to encourage you to get your creativity flowing. From mandalas to animals, scenic landscapes to Harry Potter themed, there is definitely
Anxiety is an uncomfortable feeling that many of us feel from time to time - and is nothing to be ashamed of. If we change our perception about it and begin to think of it, not as bad, but as an inevitable, informative part of life at times, we
THIS WEEK, AUTHOR LEO WHYTE SEES THE SECOND EDITIONS OF HIS TWO BOOKS, “RELIVING THE PAST TO RELEASE THE PRESENT – TRAUMATIC MEMORIES AND LETTERS TO MY YOUNGER SELF” AND “LIFE SATISFACTION – A SCIENTIST’S GUIDE TO ACHIEVING HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND HARMONY” RELEASED. IN AN EXCLUSIVE, CANDID INTERVIEW, J.ALLAN LONGSHADOW
Feeling Sad? It’s OK.
Why do we make feeling sad into something wrong? It’s not fun, that’s for sure. Who wants to be sad, after all? Definitely not me! I have things to do, places to go, and none of it involves being sad. But, the feeling of sadness is part
We have always had dogs in my family - in fact, it’s hard for me to remember a time when there wasn’t a dog living in our family home. I was born into a home where we were all big animal lovers, especially dogs and that love has stayed with