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Work is medicine
We often describe the benefits of work as money, or staff perks, but what if work itself was a beneficial part of our well-being?
If we don't enjoy our work ...
This voice excerpt introduces some of the reasons beyond pay and reward related to work, and that the key to enjoying work is being the ‘real-us’ at work.
Nursing, me and Serge Benhayon
A mini-story, presenting how knowing Serge Benhayon has inspired the development of self-care and has made the transition to full-time work joyful.
Am I in the right job?
We can spend years searching or yearning for the ‘perfect’ job, or even something with more meaning, more purpose. What if the job we’re in is that job?
The way you move is vital to getting a new job
Everyone wants to succeed in a job interview; we dress well, perhaps read up about the prospective company, and always arrive on time. But did you know the way you move, not just in the interview but in the days and weeks beforehand, is also a key factor?
Post holiday depression – is it real?
Returning to work after a fantastic holiday, are you feeling down and moody and desperately looking for the next one? Aha! You could have post holiday depression, but is there more going on here than meets the eye?
Hairdressing revisited after fibromyalgia
Nicole explains how she has successfully returned to hairdressing after suffering with Fibromyalgia
Esoteric Women's Health Newsletter August 2018
Welcome to our August newsletter where we explore Purpose. Are we just 'going thru the motions' in our lives, or do we deeply appreciate what we offer when we do whatever it is that we do?
The in-between years: mind the GAP
A fascinating expose of the gap year concept. Do you take time off to ‘find yourself’ or something else entirely?
Ageing – to be feared or lived?
How do we feel about ageing, and what are the pictures we carry? Is there a way to age that brings a deeper purpose to this stage of life?
The great difference in a job interview
Read how Steve takes a different approach to conducting interviews that takes out the need to intimidate people.