It’s easy to live your entire life online, and suffer the consequences. But when you give living less online a go, there’s a lot you might discover.
Interested in minimalism and conscious consumption? Living with less stuff has a lot of benefits, from reducing anxiety to helping you save money.
Always seeking more? Sometimes, the path to happiness lies in seeking less – as I’m discussing in my new series of blogs on the benefits of slow consumption and minimalism for mental health. Welcome to living with less, kicking off with living without metrics. Living without metrics It’s easy for metrics to rule your life. …
Ever wondered about the benefits of doing yoga every day for a month? Here’s my guide – if you’re anything like me, your back just might thank you for it.
From an album that saw me through my teenage years, some newly discovered self-care wisdom.
Tidying up isn’t just a Netflix-inspired trend: decluttering can improve your mental health, too.
After just a week, the benefits of deleting social media are already making themselves known. Maybe it’s time to leave Instagram behind.
I always thought bread was good for my mental health – but turns out there could be a link between gluten and anxiety.
As the clocks go back, are you feeling battered by SAD? Here’s some tips for Seasonal Affective Disorder busting to get you going.
Given how difficult asking for mental health help is, these three little words could be the push somebody needs to get on the road to recovery.