New Year is all about resolutions, but before we bound into it, we should probably take some time to reflect – take stock, learn lessons, and let go.
We’ve spent most of the year mainlining TV, so how do we switch it up for the festive season? I’ve had a few idea…
As this life-changing year draws to a close, perhaps it’s time, for logistical; economical; environmental; and humanitarian reasons, to think about how we can give Christmas gifts in a new way – and make sure this new world, is a better one.
This year has forced us to be with ourselves, often without support or distraction. It’s been hard. But perhaps we can turn it to our advantage.
We’ve been sold the idea that meditation sorts out every life problem and improves our lives, but what if it just isn’t working?
Almost half of us are now working from home. This week, we’ll discuss some of the ways in which we can make that all important separation between our jobs – and our home lives; protecting our boundaries, so that we can live better.
If the pandemic isn’t sci-fi movie enough, it feels like half the world has regressed to adult-toddler-tantrum or teenage-sulking-zombie mode. What’s going on?
As things cool down out there, let’s discuss some of the simplest ways you can keep moving through the winter – so we can all stride into spring like a well oiled machine, and not a rusty old banger.
Much like a ritual is a mindful routine, hygge is about taking pleasure in the simple things that make us feel cosy and content. Hygge is a feeling.
From our very beginnings, ritual has been an integral part of human life. Evidence of purification, gift giving, rites and sacrifice can be found in every culture, spanning thousands of years. Nowadays we largely tend to find less gory ways to connect with a higher power (whatever that means to us personally) but however small…