Are you facing a big move to a new place? Do you travel a lot and sometimes find yourself feeling ungrounded? Nid Ra is back on the site sharing her personal experiences with moving home, and her 5 top tips to keep you grounded and engaged in the process rather than overwhelmed.Read More
Meditation seems like such a simple thing, but our minds tend to make it into quite the challenge, with their constant churning and imagining and inability to sit still. Here’s a fun little journey into what that can feel like when we’re trying to tame the mind into mindfulness.
When Kate-Lois Elliott isn’t writing poignant and funny articles for Balance Garden, appearing on a stage near you, or teaching kids about Shakespeare, she’s working on a fantastic podcast called Diversify. In this article she fills us in on what the show has taught her about being human.Read More
The Gratitude Game can be played by anyone, anywhere at any time. Like any muscle, gratitude should be practiced each day, the days when we feel like doing it and especially the days we don’t. By doing so, we cultivate an impenetrable fortress of gratitude in the mind that acts as support during times of adversity.
In this interview series, Lauren Bennett chats to people who do their jobs for more than the money. She delves into what keeps them motivated and gets a behind the scenes glance at the UK’s most fulfilling workplaces. Check out the first ‘More Than a Payslip’ piece today.Read More
Retreats have become one of the biggest revenue generators for the wellbeing industry. Holiday is a precious time for most of us so choosing the right break is considered vital. Here are five tips to pick your retreat holiday.Read More
We tend to cling to an idea of home that is a place where we’ve lived a long time, a city in which we’ve collected uncountable memories. As we grow, though, we learn to shift this perspective, and understand home as transportable sensation.Read More
When the new year comes around, many people find themselves on a determined though destructive pathway of achieving unreasonable New Year’s Resolutions by over-crowding the month’s calendar with too many social and working activities. Instead, Ellen suggests trying to emulate nature. Slow down, hibernate, remember winter is the season to rest.Read More