Category: Health & Wellness

Let’s celebrate Spring!

Spring is the season during which the natural world revives and reinvigorates after the cold winter months. Throughout winter buds remain closed and inactive, surviving the cold until their time comes to flourish in the #spring, making a vibrant appearance from their compressed casing.
How amazing is that!

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Treasure Your Tresses

Like skin, hair reveals age. Your scalp is an extension of your skin and requires the same care as your face.

Hair really matters! It can make-or-break career opportunities, cause depression and affect confidence. Limp listless hair brings your whole face and body down. So, the important thing is to look after your crown of glory while it’s still healthy to save from getting unhealthy.

Your hair is you – amazing-&-unique as the person it belongs to whether it is long/short, big, curly, straight, red, blue or green. Despite all these apparent differences, hair has similarities.

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March 2nd – World Teen Mental Wellness Day

The World Health Organisation reports that half of all mental health issues start by the time a child reaches the age of 14. Besides having information explosion on the subject, what is alarming is that we still have one in five young people struggling with issues such as loneliness, anxiety & depression?

Celebration of significant days is paramount, having facts and figures is great, putting the spotlight on the problems is great too. But the predicament is that we keep talking year after year, decade after decade, yet, mental health issues are on the rise.

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Humans can make life complex

After six decades of life, I’ve come to realize a profound truth: humans make life complex!
Have you noticed how we resort to finding a complex solution to a simple problem? 
We often turn to the web, social media, or even professionals, only to end up overwhelmed and frustrated. In these moments, the simplicity of the solution eludes us.
We end up focusing on the complexity of the issue rather than looking for a simple solution, leaving us to adopt draconian measures to fix it.

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Time to Talk Day

Details on Time to Talk day 2024 can be found here

Time to Talk Day, was launched in 2014 – the idea being to get people talking to break the stigma that surrounds mental health problems. Although #mentalhealth problems affect one in four of us, people are afraid to talk about it.

It is a myth that mental illness has to do with ageing. In fact, mental health disorders affect younger adults more than the elderly. An alarming fact is that fifty per cent of mental illness begins by age 14, and three-quarters begin by age 24.

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Happy New Year to all!

What a magical effect New Year has on us! It is only this time of the year when we reflect on where we are, where we’ve been, and where we’d like to get to next. It is just after Halloween when we see start seeing calendar...

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