Are you now “stuck” working from home, worrying about your job and weighing up a deluge of medical advice, bombarded by headlines offering sombre news about the spread of COVID-19? As events unfold in a scary fashion, read on to find out more about how you can protect your physical and mental health and wellbeing. They will help you be more present and available for those around you who are looking to you for leadership, support and guidance.
If you're flying for work and want to arrive and perform your best, try these tips in my Fly Well! Blueprint to be wise with your health and wellbeing when you're flying.
Travelling for work can take its toll. In Part 1, I share the tips I use before a long haul flight, so I arrive ready to perform at my best.
Travelling for work can take its toll. In Part 3, I share the tips I use after my flight arrives, so I am refreshed and ready to pearform at my best.
Travelling for work can take its toll. In Part 2, I share the tips I use during a flight, so I arrive ready to perform at my best.
Our mental health in the workplace is important. But workplaces and employees are often unaware of some of the simple, unconventional interventions that can transform individual health outcomes, including mental health. Read on to find out more about the wise ways for how to feel good at work.
It’s easy to overlook the stress you endure from your daily commute. We are all aware of how important it is to reduce chronic stress - the big elephant in the room of our modern lives. Read on to find out more about how to address the three key causes of stress in your daily commute.
If you don't like liver, try this recipe. It really makes liver taste delicious!
Boiled eggs are one of nature's perfect snacks. But how do you ensure you can eat them without upsetting the people around you with that horrible smell?! Read on to find out how you can!