Day 17 of 31 Days of Wellbeing... We are going for a simple one here, simple but very powerful and important to increase your self-esteem and wellbeing. Be proud of at least one thing you have done today. It doesn't matter how small or big, but be proud of something, even if it's just surviving … Continue reading 31 Days of Wellbeing: Day 17
Day 9 of 31 Days of Wellbeing... You know I love a good list from a couple of previous days...well time to make another, but with a twist! Today, make your happy playlist. Choose those songs which make you feel good, inspire you or just bring a smile to your face. I like to put … Continue reading 31 Days of Wellbeing: Day 9
Hello Day 7 of 31 Days of making yourself feel good and healthy 🙂 No lists today after the to-do lists and happy lists. Today I ask you to make sure you have time to yourself so you can actually do those things that make you happy. Get your diary out and make sure you … Continue reading 31 Days of Wellbeing: Day 7
Day 6 of 31 Days of Wellbeing... Hope your list writing went well...even if the list was in your head or had one item on it! I am actually going to ask you to write another list today. Please don't stop reading now, I promise this list is going to be different and not a … Continue reading 31 Days of Wellbeing: Day 6
Day 4 of 31 Days of Wellbeing... Hope everyone managed to let something go yesterday 🙂 Your wellbeing challenge today is a lovely one if you enjoy this activity. Some of you may be do this everyday already, therefore this could be an easy one! However, if it's not an activity you have done much … Continue reading 31 Days of Wellbeing: Day 4
I love Gemma Correll's work, which actually makes you smile at the darker issues some of us go through. I know the last thing we feel like doing is laughing when feeling low, but if you can find a little humour from time to time, it really helps. I'd say my 'funniest' moment when I … Continue reading Seeing humour
I saw these two gorgeous ones yesterday and they always will put a big smile on my face and boost my mood. If you cannot have one yourself (like me in my small flat, boohoo!), do know any friends or family with pets? If so, ask to spend some time walking, stroking, playing (or better, … Continue reading Self-Esteem Boost: Pets!
So over the weekend I watched a film that was just wonderful for putting life in perspective. The film is called About Time and it is a Richard Curtis film (who also directs Love Actually, another amazing film!). The film is about a man who can go back in time. And it's nothing like Back to … Continue reading Booster Tip #15: Watch this film
I managed to get away at the weekend, from a bustling and stressful city to a peaceful and calming village. All I did was walk two dogs, watch my favourite TV series, chat with positive people and drink wine. If you need a tip to increase your well-being, decrease stress and anxiety and avoid depression, this … Continue reading Booster tip #14: Nature and animals
Don't let others' lack of respect make you lose your decency. Set an example for others to follow.