Understandably, the uncertainty of a second wave of COVID19 is uncomfortable. In this post we review ways to manage that discomfort and how to check ourselves.
The second post of our Small Joys series looks at why music is so special. Music has pulled us all through some tough times! We look at exactly how it affects our mental health and how we can use this knowledge to manage our moods.
What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger right? In this post, we explore resilience: why we need it, and how to build it.
Failure is not just inevitable, it’s essential. Learning how to fail well is an important aspect of succeeding! In this post, learn what lies behind a fear of failure and how to make the most out of your failures.
There are some behaviours we know are not good for us, but we just can’t seem to get rid of them! In this post, learn how to identify and then overcome common self-sabotaging behaviours.
Having compassion for ourselves and others does not make us weaker. In fact, it can be our biggest strength! In this post, learn how compassion can be an ally for strong leadership and resilience.
Did you know that boredom can lead to increased creativity? In this post, we talk about 5 scientifically proven ways boredom can be beneficial for you.
In the first post of our ‘Small Joys’ series, we explore the mental health benefits of connecting with nature. Taking care of house plants and going on nature walks are definitely a part of it!
If you tend to be overly critical of yourself, you’re not alone. This post covers why and where that inner critic comes from and ways to stand up to your inner critic.