Welcome back to ‘Stress Less 101’. In the previous post we looked at the first 6 ways to reduce stress and anxiety. they were all easy, simple and free! In this post, I’ll share the next 6. You’ll find the second Recipe for Daily Bliss here too: a step by step guide to living a calm and connected life starting now…..This time it’s more based around the latter part of your day. So all you moon-folk, this one’s for you :)….
Photo: Spencer Davis
When the world outside starts to feel overwhelming, head to this stress toolkit here and download my Recipe for Daily Bliss! Yep, there’s a recipe in this one that you can follow step by step and it contains my top 12 ways to reduce stress and anxiety and live a calm and connected life. From the way you take your next breath to where to put your feet in the morning, to what foods and drinks to avoid and more…. This is ‘Stress Less 101’. We are living in interesting times my friends! Take a moment from your day to inspire calm….
Shaking it out in my dancing days. Photo by Des Crawley
Shaking is the new way to meditate and everybody can do from young to old. And what’s more, it’s super easy! And if you’re looking for a meditative practice for the start of the day, shaking will get you feeling loose, refreshed and present. It can be both meditation and workout. No brainer right?! Learn about Shaking and try out my guided Shaking meditation here…
Care for a deliciously sweet and refreshing herbal treat that you can use to soothe a sore throat, improve sinus health, fight colds, improve skin elasticity, strengthen your hair and nails, support your stress system, joints and bone health? I’ll assume that’s a YES! So read on, I’ve got a treat for you: Elderflower, Apple and Cinnamon gummies. Come make them with me….
Picture credit: Dan Ilyuk
Ever been told ‘you don’t look sick’ or ‘everything appears normal’ in your test results, but you just don’t feel well? Chances are, you have an invisible illness. And you’ve likely had to deal with months or years of the frustration of friends, family and your medical practitioner questioning and doubting your symptoms. In this article learn what conditions fit into the banner of invisible illness, what blood tests can reveal a hidden illness and I share my handy scoresheets to help you get a sense of the severity of your own condition.
Get the insights from a herbalist here on the must-have herbs for mums including what action classes they belong to and why they’re so essential for the post-partum period!
Picture credit: Gerd Altmann
We all know the toll that the industrial revolution has had on our environment, and even our own bodies with pollutants being at an all time high.. However, as explained by Su-Lin Sze, there are ways in which we can reduce that toll both on our children and the world.
Find out what to look for in skin products for your precious little ones, and why in this overview of common irritants in babycare products.