Appreciating our surroundings is an important part of mindfulness that contributes to wellbeing. Here are a some of the little things that make me pause and smile in our neighbourhood...
Down South, the days are getting longer. After a wet winter, it's nice to know summer is almost here. So many elements that contribute to well being seem easier to achieve when the days are longer and the weather is warmer. Exercise becomes easier - no more running with a headlamp in the mornings and... Continue Reading →
Earlier this year I wrote about the concept of zigging and zagging - taking a realistic approach to eating that allows for days when food is celebrated as a social activity. In a nutshell, it means alternating between zig meals (with high nutrient foods and no alcohol) and zag meals (where the focus is more on... Continue Reading →
The post holiday come down can be a cruel thing. How to keep the holiday vibe going after you return to reality is a challenge.
“Hygge involves comfort, cosiness, a sense of wellbeing, and a relaxed frame of mind” Judith Friedman Hansen