Here are five tips to help you reclaim your day by pressing the pause button. Remember when video recorders came along and for the first time we could pause the action to answer the phone or make a cup of tea? What a boon that was. But at work it is almost as if the opposite is true, there doesn't seem to be a pause button for email, mobile phones, and multiple demands.
If you want a life recipe, start with the right ingredients. What you choose to put into your life will determine the end result. If you use rubbish ingredients, don't be surprised if what your life dishes up is rubbish too.
How do you spot the signs of work burnout and what steps should you take if you think your job is wearing you down to a point of exhaustion?
We can't always choose when we can be alone but we can choose to see 'alone-time' for its benefits, rather than as a burden.
As a 'thank you' for the support I've had from readers since I started this blog, I have published my definitive guide to to staying well. (I can't be sure that it really is definitive, but then nothing really is). Maybe it's more of a thoughtful guide, at least I hope, thought-provoking. I'd add an emoticon but there isn't one for tongue-in-cheek (is there?).
If you want to be more confident, the way to do it is to find experiences that will be life-affirming and confidence building.
Career happiness? Yes you can! In this engaging conversation Adele Leah explains the practical steps to take if you want to find greater fulfilment in your job, and career happiness.
When you understand about Solution Focused thinking and how it can benefit conversations and relationships, discussions that were once chores can become delightful journeys of exploration.
The inner life. We are very conscious about physical functioning and fitness, but terribly neglectful of psychological functioning and fitness.
Stuck with a problem that you haven't been able to fix? Remember that 68% of domestic arguments are based on things that cannot be 'solved', and that many other problems become easier to solve when we change direction.