Category: Mindset

Making wellness more accessible.

Is your ‘healthy’ diet making you stressed?

My macros keep tellin’ me no, but my body, my body’s tellin’ me yes⠀ Baby, I don’t wanna hurt nobody⠀ But there is something that I must confess⠀ I don’t see nothing wrong with a little cheese & wine…⠀ ⠀ Oh my oh my! I’m counting down the days to the weekendto have this beautiful…
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Wellness Wednesdays in Maidenhead!

Wellness in Maidenhead Every week we will be bringing expert-uplifting discussions to the people of Maidenhead. We all experience midweek madness, so our mission is to simply help you, to break up yourweek and energise your mindset and to prepare you to achieve your aims. Each wellness workshop will be delivered by a different motivational…
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4 Ways To Rebuild Self Identity

When I lost my dad I definitely felt as those I had lost half of my foundations. I often relied on him for reaffirmation, confidence and support and although my mum did her absolute best to fill this gap, she couldn’t be provide the love of two people. Growing up I have found that I…
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6 Cures for Compartmentalisation

We interviewed Jasmira Bhabra, about what happened after her dad  went through difficult illnesses that led to life-changing operations and outcome for him, that affected the whole family in 2011. She decided to put her life on pause after her final exams and took sole responsibility for taking care and looking after her dad, and…
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3 Things You Can Control During Grief

We all know that when times get tough, a little bit of self love and attention can go a long way. But it’s not always that easy. When grieving, some days will feel helpless, we eat junk, lay in bed, barely speak – and that’s ok. Other days, we wake up with a mega to…
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Not everything needs a silver lining.

No silver linings here.

Not everything needs a silver lining. It’s ok to feel sad, bitter, frustrated and angry, petty and negative when grieving. In fact, grief isn’t something you can ‘comfort’ and cheer up with a bow. With grief, there just isn’t a silver lining, and that’s ok.  When you lose someone you feel lonely and senseless and it can…
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5 Foods for Depression and Anxiety:

1. Eggs – photogenic as well as good for the soul. Eggs are known to be precursors for the happy hormone, serotonin. Scientists have found that eating eggs can relax the brain and make you feel happy. 2. Fish – it’s no news that fish can help concentration (who remembers the rent’s stocking us up…
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Good Grief Blog

You are not your illness.

You are good enough. It’s easy to get knocked down, it’s easy to feel rejected, and it’s even easier to feel alone. In times like these, do not lose faith in who you are. You have a name, a history, a personality, that is beautiful and unique, and if you can recognise that today, I…
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Lean

Here’s a delicious plate of seafood to get your attention, now he’s something different for you to dig your teeth into. I’m currently reading the book #LeanIn by @sherylsandberg and I can honestly say that the things I’ve been putting in my mind lately, have been much more influential than the things I’ve been putting into my body. Now,…
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Have the courage to dream.

Be fearless in the pursuit of what sets your soul on fire🔥💛 Do you remember sitting in your bunk bed thinking of all the things you would be able to do when you were older? I don’t know about you, but when I was 5 I was absolutely certain that adults had the answer to…
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