Feeling completely overwhelmed and guilty for taking downtime and doing nothing? Keep reading to see why you feel bad for taking a day off and why doing nothing every now and then is actually the most productive thing you can do.
It’s far too easy just to focus on all the things we have to do and forget to focus on ourselves and what we need. It’s hard to find time to do ‘extra’ things to take care of ourselves but when we do carve out that precious time it is so worth it. I have put together a list of self-care activities to do in the evening which will help in having a better day ahead.
Feeling like you don’t have time in your schedule for Self-Care because quite frankly there are better ways to spend your time? This one's for you, with a little category guide.
A wardrobe clear out can be hugely rewarding however depending on how much stuff you have, it is not for the faint hearted. As you are going through your wardrobe keep an eye out for these ten types of items that you don’t need to hang on to. So grab a drink as strong as you like and here we go.
If you just spent a large part of the year working from home due to COVID, or you are returning to work after a period of being away from the office and feeling very anxious about it, read on for some helpful hints to combat that fretting.
Practicing self-care is something that, in an ideal world, we would all be doing naturally and without thinking about it. However, in the real world, it is not always that simple. Here are five simple self-care habits that are super easy to start building in to your everyday life.
The importance of living in the moment. Some useful tips for being more present using mindfulness techniques.
Decluttering can be a daunting task, especially if there is a lot to declutter. It is also an extremely satisfying task and definitely worth it because of the benefits it can bring to your mood, time, energy, and life in general. In this post I am going to share actionable and practical tips for how to crack on and do some decluttering.
Decluttering is actually a form of self-care. Not only can the process of decluttering be strangely soothing, but having less clutter means less time spent looking for things and cleaning up and therefore more time spent on doing things that you really enjoy. Read on for more information on how decluttering is good for your wellbeing and tips to get started.