Hello my lovelies how are we doing this last week in November? Did you survive the Black Friday and Cyber Monday madness? It's official, Christmas is less than a month away! Eek! Before we go into the madness that the holiday season can bring, let's take a moment to look at how to improve your wellbeing. Life can be overwhelming, especially at this time of year and we can forget about ourselves, which is a recipe for burnout.
Hello my lovely giraffes! Today's post is about how helpful the joy of missing out is. I'm sure you've heard about FOMO (fear of missing out) and a lot of people do get an acute case of this. Me included! So you've been scrolling through your social media feed and see that everyone is going to that party. Or, that trip that you really wanted to go on but it just didn't happen. I feel you and completely can relate to those feelings.
Hello, my lovely giraffes! We are officially in autumn and summer has left the building *sniff sniff*. As you would have gathered I am a summer baby but, we're here to talk about things you need to know in your 30s. As I'm just a few months away from hitting 40, I thought I would share some important info that I wish I knew.
Hello, my lovely giraffes! How are you all today? There's been a lot of talk recently about mental health and wellbeing because of the rise in suicides and high expectations society has placed on us. We are constantly bombarded by so many external distractions that life can become very overwhelming. When I had my counselling practice, a few of my clients didn't know how to look after their mental wellbeing. So, I decided to share a little guide on how to look after your mental wellbeing.
Today's post as you can tell from the title is about failure. More specifically; why failure is not the end because it really isn't even though it feels very much like it. If you're interested to read more about failure and why it's not the end scroll down.