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.
Being unable to make decisions will lead to you to feeling in a rut. And this isn’t just me talking from experience (although I could). Neuroscience has proven that not being able to make decisions affects in a negative way the brain circuits responsible for wellbeing (Dr Alex Korb “The Upward Spiral”).
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.
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:
Getting 8 hours of sleep is number 1 advice on all sources relating to managing depression. But why?
Has depression ever impacted your love life? Have you ever met someone amazing, that one person that seems to be ticking all of your boxes, but for some strange reason out of the blue you start panicking? That horrible internal voice kicks in and tells you that you don’t deserve that person. That person is too good for you. That person is too amazing. You are not playing in the same league. And if you persevere you are going to get hurt. Because why would someone so amazing want to be with insecure you?
As you guys should know by now, I am a fan of personal development and all things coaching related. I have even managed to get myself certified as a life coach recently – who would have thought!
Back in April I attended the Ultimate Leadership Programme from Ed J C Smith. In one of the Q&A Ed shared with us his morning routine and told us he was starting his day every day by bouncing on a trampoline for 10 minutes.