Saving more, spending less and getting out of debt are some of the most popular resolutions for the new year - but how many people manage to stick to them? One of the main reasons why we often don’t stick to or achieve our new year resolutions can be linked to our minds and mindset. We probably haven’t taken the time to look into and resolve any negative and limiting beliefs that might be holding us back or causing us self sabotage.
Seasonal depression, also known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a bout of depression that coincides with a change in season. Though some people can be affected by seasonal depression in the spring and summer, most people experience periods of low mood as autumn ends and winter begins.
Many of us are guilty of doing the same thing over and over again and expecting the same results, without shifting our mindset or way of thinking. This new year, learn how you can shift your mindset, unblock any limiting beliefs, try new approaches and actually accomplish the things you’ve been pining to achieve.
The Christmas season can be a difficult time when you aren’t comfortable around your family. And seeing the world around you seemingly overjoyed to be spending time with their loved ones can make that feeling worse. Unfortunately for some, going home for the holidays can be daunting. If you have no choice but to see toxic and destructive to your mental health and wellbeing family members this Christmas, here are our tips on getting through it with mindfulness and your mental health and happiness intact.
The holiday season should be a time of gratitude, mindfulness and enjoyment, but it also often comes with stress, mostly associated with Christmas shopping. But what if we took our time to plan and give more mindful gifts instead?