Wouldn’t you love to receive a treat from your past selves in the form of subscription boxes? Well then, here’s your chance. Whilst it’s great to try new beauty products or clothes, you may want something more enriching for the mind. Book subscription boxes are a fantastic way to expand your reading, indulge in some self-care, and treat yourself mentally. Reading is the best form … Continue reading The best subscription book boxes
We’re not going to sugar-coat it for you but life has been tough lately for many of us. Chances are that you’ve worked from home for a year and counting, been unable to see your loved ones, and had to bear witness to the not-so-sunny news cycle. That combined with the average stresses of your day-to-day life can be a lot to handle, even at … Continue reading How to bring up the conversation of mental health at work
May marks the month of mental health awareness. Although for many people, mental health may only make more of an appearance in their lives over the duration of this month, for others it has been and will continue to be prominent in their lives 24/7. In a modern day world where we spend hours a day scrolling through our Instagram feeds full of seemingly perfect … Continue reading What role does social media play towards mental health?
The phrase “your health is your wealth” is being thrown around more than ever nowadays. The impact on one’s physical health on their mental health should never be underestimated, and that counts for the other way too. From increases in the Monday blues to the lows brought from being confined to bed with migraines, more attention has been drawn to how maintaining mental health is … Continue reading The secret successes to mental wealth
How many times have you felt like you need a break from social media? And how many times have you felt overwhelmed because of it? Social media is used by the majority daily and frequently. According to The Telegraph, ‘the average person spends at least 1 hour and 40 minutes per day looking at their favourite social media sites and apps.’ Over the past few years, … Continue reading Why everyone needs frequent social media detoxes
If someone had said back in March 2020 that we’d still be staring at our computer screens for social interactions and viewing a daily walk as a genuine form of entertainment, it wouldn’t be believable. It all feels like a blurry sci-fi movie that you would switch off because it was ‘too unrealistic’ and didn’t feel like it could ever really happen. With lockdown coming … Continue reading Important lockdown lessons to take with you as restrictions lift
After months and months of uncertainty and loneliness, a potential end of lockdown is insight. So why do so many of us feel so anxious? If you’re struggling with post-lockdown anxiety, you’re one of many. In a survey conducted by the American Psychological Association, over 50% of people said they were anxious about resuming in-person interaction. In general, many people experience two specific types of fears. The … Continue reading Dealing with post-lockdown anxiety