Summer means many things to many people Summer is the best time of year for many people. It means long days, warm weather, beaches and pools, and all of your favorite foods. But it also means the temptation to neglect your health habits, and for some feeling alone with no plans or ways to spend […]
Life balance. Where is it? Can I buy it? Can I study it? How do I actually obtain this fictious myth that I can have some form of balance in my life because at the moment (well actually, the last 8 years) (side note, happy 8th birthday to my son in December, coincidence, I think not) my life feels more like this GIF below, than balanced.
The highly anticipated, Perth Dining Out Guide is here! Kasey is a psychologist at WHWS but also has an incredible passion for cooking and exploring all of the amazing culinary delights around Perth. Before she abandons us to move back home to Sydney, she has kindly put together this guide. Each restaurant is rated out of 5 for quality and service and out of 3 for a price guide.
I was sent a photo the other day of my friend’s daughter’s bedroom. This was to show the comparison between that and a sparkling Instagram photo of a different child’s room. It was solidarity in motherhood and I loved it.
At the end of every year my family sit together and we write a list of 100 things we are going to do in the next year. We go around the table and everyone adds something to the list that they would like us to do. Lets just say it’s an eclectic list!
Living a life mindfully is like looking through a camera lens to appreciate the vibrant colours of the landscape or savouring the array of flavours while eating a delicious meal. It can feel like being immersed in an experience without distraction.
The time spent at home isolating during COVID19 has meant my overthinking brain has had plenty of time to do just that, overthink. Overthink about my kids, about relationships and friendships, about money, you name it, I’ve over thought about it.
For the tactile amongst us, and even those who usually prefer personal space, it can be a stretch to go such a long time without a cuddle!
Getting a good quality night’s sleep is one of the essential foundations to overall health. Its purpose is to rest and regenerate your body and mind so that you wake feeling refreshed, full of vitality and ready to be productive in your day.
Being physically active for overall health and wellbeing is important in everyone’s lives. Establishing and maintaining ways to keep your body moving should be a high priority during times of stress, anxiety and depression to support your mental health and immunity.
I saw a funny article’s headline today: ‘Introverts joy of lockdown getting ruined by extroverts filling their schedules with video appointments’.. followed up by the wistful caption: ‘The struggle is real.’
The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron is a unique book in that it encourages anyone who reads it to remember that they we ALL are creative beings, having been created from a divine source. It doesn’t matter what you believe about yourself and your own creativity (or perceived lack of), or what you believe spiritually, this book will awaken a long-forgotten part of you.