Feeling a Bit Burned Out? You’re Not Alone

So many people are struggling with post viral fatigue, Long Covid, other chronic health conditions, perimenopause, menopause, mental health issues and just the EXHAUSTION of it living through a global pandemic. This post has some simple self care ideas to help you rest, recharge and even recover Considering I’ve been…

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Social Distancing Doesn’t Have to Be Lonely

I’m an ambivert – fairly evenly introverted and extraverted. I need A LOT of alone time to recharge and also love my fellow humans. I’m noticing that even the most introverted souls are struggling with ‘minimising social exposure’ where we’re fine and ‘self isolation’ where particularly vulnerable or if experiencing…

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Let the Waves Wash Away Your Stresses and Strains

I’ve written (in features and columns, the book and blog) about the Relaxation Response a lot. But it’s SUCH a useful tool, am sharing again here, this time with some soothing waves to help, too. Pick a quality you’d like more of in your life and breathe that quality in….

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Wellbeing Wednesday: Do you get ill on your first day of holiday?

Self-care isn’t rocket science. Eating food that will nourish and fuel us, being active, connecting with loved ones, getting enough sleep and rest, keeping things organised enough that we don’t waste time and energy looking for things, living within our means and saving for our future, taking time to reflect…

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Wellbeing Wednesday: Do you overdo things so you then NEED to rest?

Sometimes, we might be great at honouring our body’s wisdom, recognising that we’ve been overdoing it (not getting enough sleep, working to hard, ignoring our stress signals) and we can paws in order to bring back some balance. Other times, even though we might know we’re overdoing things, we tell…

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