Today is Blue Monday, which has been coined the most depressing day of the year. The Christmas decorations have come down, the holiday cheer and excitement has worn off and the post-Christmas blues have set in.Read more
Guest post by Camille Johnson
After losing a loved one, many of us also lose the energy and motivation to continue life as normal. We may lose interest in the things that once brought us joy and happiness, and we may lack the energy to work, go to school, care for ourselves and loved ones, and get out of bed in the morning. For some, grief and loss can turn into depression, which affects our motivation and energy levels even further.Read more
Written By Stephanie Haywood
Your quality of life hinges on a combination of physical and mental well-being. In such crazy times, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed, stressed, and anxious, which can have a profound impact on your overall health and well-being. What’s more, finding time to truly foster your quality of life can seem next to impossible.
Fortunately, there are ways to improve your head-to-toe health — simple, effective habits that can easily fit into your everyday life.Read more
Have you ever been desperate for some alone time? Life gets hectic and sometimes you really need some time on your own. That’s why prioritising “me” time is key to looking after your mental health, and solo dates are a great place to start. I know you’re probably wondering how the hell am I supposed to ‘date myself’, sounds very weird. Stick around and I’ll tell you, and also give you some solo date ideas that you’ll actually love.Read more