Category Archives for Wellbeing

5 Quick And Easy Ways to Improve a Bad Day

5 Super Easy Ways to Improve a Bad Day Have you ever had one of those days when something frustrating or upsetting happens? Perhaps you ended up in an argument with a spouse, lost out on a business deal, failed a job interview or made a mistake at the workplace that got you into trouble. […]

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A Complete Guide To Burnout

Are you “burned out“? If so, you probably understand the definition of this phrase quite well. But just for fun, let’s take a look at how that term is defined, and where it originated. As far as definitions go, a burnout is a: reduction of a fuel or substance to nothing, through use or combustion. […]

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Are You a Parent That Feels Burnt out?

Let’s talk about something that is too often ignored: parental burnout. Parents seem reluctant to acknowledge that physical and emotional exhaustion is common. I might even go so far as to say very common. But in my experience, few parents admit to it as they’ve been brought up to believe that being a parent is […]

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6 Tips for Achieving a Healthy Balance In Your Life

A happy and stress-free life is all about balance. Focus on nothing but your career and climbing the corporate ladder, and you miss out on incredible, once-in-a-lifetime moments with your loved ones. Of course, the opposite is true as well. If you neglect your career and spend every waking moment concerned about your family and […]

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5 Way to Help Prevent Burnout

In a previous post, I talked about the difference between burnout and depression, what the definitions are and how you can start to see and understand if you a heading towards one of these. This blog post will look more closely at burnout and if you feel like you are heading down the path of […]

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What’s The Difference Between Burnout and Depression

A lot of people who are “burned out” show signs of depression. Depression is often an indicator that someone has burnout syndrome. What’s the difference? These terms are often used interchangeably. However, even though they are related in some ways, they’re not actually the same. Stress has a lot to do with both burnout and […]

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The Purpose Of Difficulties

Know your purpose; Your life purpose I’ve noticed that the Japanese word “ikigai” has surfaced a lot in the West in recent years. And for good reason because it can be translated as the reason for waking up in the morning. This reflection upon the purpose of (your) life seems to be growing as we […]

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How To Learn Resilience

The good news is that whatever your level of, let’s call it, ‘natural’ resilience you can improve or develop it. Your level is not fixed, unless you want it to be of course! Below, I offer eight types of techniques to help you learn resilience but please note a few points at the juncture: one […]

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What does an emotionally resilient person look like?

Here’s a few characteristics that many resilient people have in common: Self-awareness you are able to recognise and convey both your thoughts and feelings easily and know where they come from. This means you can empathise easily with others and know how you influence other people with your feelings. Positivity your positive self-image, optimism and […]

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Do you have emotional resilience?

The capacity to be extremely emotionally resilient is within us all. Truly. True, it’s naturally better developed in some people than in others as you have witnessed in your life I’m sure. This variety is due to a combination (like so many other aspects of being human) of factors relating to Nature and Nurture as […]

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