Although in no way do I consider myself an expert on mental or physical wellbeing, I do find myself constantly seeking the most (time) efficient ways of optimising it. Doing so sure comes with a fair share of experimentation, but as soon as I have tried out a technique or implemented a new habit that has had a positive impact on…
I have been wanting to write a piece on meditation and mindfulness for a while now. And yet, there are two reasons I haven’t done so:
Meditation is a personal and often sacred practice- making it hard for me to voice my opinion on the matter without affecting people’s feelings, stressing them out and/or offending them.
A lot has been written about the benefits of mindfulness, as well as people’s personal experiences and practices. However, I do not really see the point in following someone’s exact mindfulness practice.
It seems that, for many, striving to be healthy and striving for ‘good looks’ have become synonymous. Of course, we are often told that good health will inevitably lead to an improved physical appearance, which in and of itself is probably true (to a certain extent). The problem, however, lies with our distorted image of a ‘healthy’ or ‘good’ look .
As I was listening to one of the Man Repeller’s ‘Monocycle’ podcasts on vulnerability I realized how very applicable her advice is to everyday life. I guess that was her aim so I could also just tell you to go off and listen to the podcast yourself (you should!). But by doing so there would be no point in me writing this blogpost, which is just sad seeing as I really want to.
This should actually say: “What if projecting into the future just isn’t for me?”. When it comes to eating healthily, working out regularly, and getting stuff done, planning ahead is usually seen as something very positive.
This article was written by Will Pike. Will is a life and health mentor, movement nut and blogger. He has published articles to The Doctify Journal, which is a Patient-Facing Medical Journal, where Doctors and health specialists write in-depth articles on the latest relevant healthcare topics in their field of expertise. Continue reading to find out how doing what you love can be beneficial for your health!
I know this is not a new trend, but I have only just caught up to it, and I am loving it! I must say I was a bit skeptical at first, as I did not think I would (should) ever fit ‘colouring for mindfulness’ into my daily routine. But then again, I believe it is extremely…
Whether they want to be or not, nearly every food or fitness blogger-myself included- is influenced by their own opinions and preferences. Everyone has their own idea of which foods one should or should not be consuming, how many times a week one should be working out and at what time one should be going to bed.
This will not be a very long post, I just wanted to get you to reflect for a while. It seems that with anything we do in life, we want to please as many people as possible. Now, you might tell me there is no one in particular you want to please, which is probably true, but most of us still want to show others that we conform to a sort of, for lack of a better word, ideal.
It is the New Year. I am sure you are aware of this, as it is everything anyone seems to be talking about: #2016 #TheYearIAmGoingToGetFitAndHealthy. We are only six days into the New Year and I have already seen nearly a hundred posts saying everyone should go for a jog right now or stop eating pasta forever before we would be too far into the year.