I got a new laptop today… WHOOP! After the initial blip of ‘buyer’s remorse’ that tends to come with such a purchase (for me anyway), I unwrapped the wee beasty…
I read a fantastic post this morning about a chef who cooks his staff proper meals and makes sure that they take regular breaks. It really resonated with me. I truly believe that breaks are important for both our physical and mental health. However, do I actually follow my own advice? If I’m totally honest with myself, I don’t.
Working in events and TV can be incredibly an rewarding experience. I’ve been in both industries for 25 years and I can testify to the thrill of watching an event or program unfold seamlessly before a captivated audience. Yet, hidden behind the glitz and glamour of the velvet curtain, there is a huge cost being paid.
We all know that sleep is so important to our health and wellbeing that when you’re not getting enough quality sleep, you can start to worry about it. By worrying about your sleep, you can then become preoccupied by it... maybe even obsessed by it. There are a few simple things that you can do to help you to get to sleep more easily.
Anxiety isn’t something that should have control of us. It’s perfectly natural to feel anxious, just like it’s perfectly natural to feel joy and happiness, but when we go towards anxiety, thinking that it’s a safe place for us to be, as I used to, that’s something that needs addressing.