Exhaustion and burnout are significant conditions existing in our modern world. More and more people are turning to common stimulants to keep them going. But do we realise what these stimulants are really doing to us and how they are keeping us in a vicious cycle? Is it possible that the temporary fixes that we use only compound our exhaustion and burnout? Have we considered why these fixes are accepted as a norm? And are we willing to get honest with ourselves about how this problem truly impacts on us and yet how widespread it really is?
Exhaustion and Burnout
Why do we only self-care when sick or exhausted?
Is self-care just a new fad to add to your to do list? Or can caring for yourself be something you won’t live without?
Sweetness – the key to sugar addiction
Why do we succumb to sugar addiction and what can we do about it? Are there deeper underlying reasons as to why we are consuming so much sugar?
Burnout – the new normal?
Burnout is a hot topic, both at the workplace and the dinner table, but are we addressing the issue? Has being exhausted become our ‘new norm’?
Is there such a thing as a job with no stress?
Stress at work has become a normal way of life for almost everyone. In this exposé on work stress we look at why stress is so common at work, and ask is there another way?