As a compassionate person, you’re likely called in when someone is in need or you’re there immediately offering your help before anyone can ask. Whether it’s a shoulder to cry on or practical help, you’re used to making yourself available to others.
Many of us have expectations around what our life should look like and what we want to achieve. Have you ever stopped to consider where your expectations originate from and whether they are actually serving you? Are they a healthy motivator for achieving your goals or are they causing you endless stress and anxiety?
We each have our own “play personality”, as discovered in research by Dr Stuart Brown of The National Institute for Play and explored on page 36. According to Stuart’s theory, these personalities are split into different archetypes and it is here that we can discover the sort of playful activities that would best suit our personality.
rom selling microfibre clothes to having an online store for eco-friendly goods, James and Lee-Ann Wilson are providing sustainable products at an affordable price to the market
ets play a fundamental role in contributing to the health and happiness of humans. Making eye contact with your dog can trigger the release of oxytocin while cuddling your furry friend can increase the production of serotonin. Not only are they a loyal companion who offers unconditional love, they’re also a great teacher of mindfulness, given their ability to naturally live in the present moment.
Feeling connected to nature, her mind, and body, Lav Mav founder, Dr Tarj Mavi incorporates bioactive to her skincare range Q: What makes you feel most present and mindful? A: For me, I feel most present and mindful when I’m […]
Learn how to foster a life that nurtures a healthy mind, body and spirit with Nature Care College’s Diploma of Holistic Wellness Coaching.
Cacao has a lot of benefits and it is a great superfood to have when you want that chocolate taste without the guilt. Similar to processed chocolates, you can enjoy raw cocoa in many ways, including in your pie!
Being magazine chats with Chalimah Jeanne, the founder of Organic Merchant, about the future of wellness through natural treatments