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Environmental Psychologist and Wellbeing Consultant

How To Embrace Koselig This Winter

If was to say the word ‘winter’, what would be the first things that would come to mind? Christmas? Snow? The cold? Open fires? Extra jumpers? Winter coats? Staying inside in the warm? Shorter day? Dark evenings? Holidays? Family? Presents? – all things that are synonymous with the coldest season of the year. A time…
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Why You Should Embrace Friluftsliv this Winter

If you’ve never head the phrase Friluftsliv before I’d not at all be surprised. Very few people outside of Scandinavia have heard this term, let alone embraced it on their path to mental and physical wellness. If you are one of the large proportion of people who are no doubt thinking “What is Friluftsliv?”, then don’t worry –…
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Mindful Leadership: Five Characteristics of a Mindful Leader

If you aspire to become a mindful leader and embrace mindful leadership within your team or business, it is essential to begin by asking yourself a series of difficult questions. While these questions might not be the easiest to answer, it is imperative to answer them with honesty and transparency. The questions are as follows:…
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Conscious Leadership: Five Steps To Becoming a Conscious Leader

Before we examine five ways you can become a (more) conscious leader, let’s look at what a conscious leader is. In short, conscious leaders lead with authenticity, speak with the utmost integrity, whilst at the same time holding themselves completely accountable, which they achieve by being in tune and fully aware of the environment around…
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Resilient Leadership: Seven Steps to Becoming a More Resilient Leader

Before we discuss seven ways to becoming a resilient leader, let’s take examine precisely what a ‘resilient leader’ is and what traits they display. A resilient leader is an individual who views failure as something merely temporary that can be recovered from rapidly. They have the ability to maintain an upbeat and positive attitude, in…
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How To Build Resilience In The Workplace

Let’s be honest; working life is never perfect. Even if you’re doing a job you love, it goes without saying that there will be obstacles, difficulties, and days that make you question whether or not you’re doing the right thing. Therefore, it essential to build resilience to help you through the ‘lows’ of working life.…
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I’ve Been Nominated For…

Loath as I am to blow my own trumpet, I’ve got some exciting news I’d like to share with you…I’ve been shortlisted as a finalist for not one, but two Lancashire Business View Awards! As you can probably tell from the opening sentence, I’m really rather modest, but I’d love to share with you a…
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Is University Hard? Seven Things You Must Know

With students heading to University to take the first steps of their higher-education journey, I thought it’d be wise to tackle a question that thousands of students the country over will no doubt be asking: “Is University hard?”. The question of whether University is hard is, of course, a subjective question with many variables. Some…
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The Power of the Gym: Mental Health Benefits of Exercise

Going to the gym (and exercise in general) isn’t solely about getting fitter and building muscle. Sure, several gym sessions a week will enhance physical health, help you build the physique you desire, tighten your waist, boost your sex life, and potentially even extend your life – but these aren’t always the reasons people frequent…
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Feeling Unhealthy or Out of Shape? Here’s How To Get Fit Fast

At some point in our lives, we all feel unhealthy and unfit. Sadly, in today’s world, more and more of us are feeling like this for extended periods of time…and we’re not doing very much about it. So, rather than compounding the problem, it’s time for you to pull your finger out and start doing…
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