Today I would like to introduce you to James McManus, my very own spinning instructor, to discuss the connection between physical health and mental health.
Do you have a goal but feel stuck in achieving it? Or maybe everything is going well on all fronts except for that one thing that you just can’t seem to get right. Do you wonder why you are stuck when it does not seem to make sense? You’re not alone. Nobody has got it 100 % together. That doesn’t mean that you can’t try though.
Positive habits can have a massive impact on your wellbeing… if you get them right! In this article I tell you excatly how to set up positive habits that will last and how to make them last.
Many apologies for making you wait longer than planned for part 2 of how to stay sane throughout a global pandemic! Life got in the way and, well, I am only human after all!
So as promised here are more tips on surviving this crisis. In part 1 we discussed how to use gratitude, social interaction, routine and exercise to keep our morals up. This week we are covering the importance of getting fresh air (and leaving the house), the concept of information diet and our actual diet.
Let’s kick off!
Today I introduce you to self-care coach Sheleen Johnson to discuss how self-care can help people experiencing depression.
We covered self-care (what it is and what it isn’t), burn-out and how to prevent it, how to care for yourself when you are feeling down.
I hope you will enjoy this interview.
To reach Sheleen:
I would like to share with you my interview with Cath Brown, founder of Catharsis Coach. They help stressed out women overcome their struggles with emotional eating 🍔🍕🍨🍰🍭🍩🍪🍷 As you know I really believe that what you eat impact your mental health. This is why I wanted to discuss this with an actual expert! 😎 I learned tones from doing this interview. Hopefully you will find it useful! Let me know in the comments what you thought! Big Love 💕
A child watches as a mother cuddles her daughter in their play together. A teenage girl walks alone past a group of peers as they laugh and talk together.
There are going to be moments in everyone’s life when things are not running smoothly, with this being a time when they may need someone to open up to. If they were to reach out to someone, they could just go over what has been going on.