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Winning the lottery
Ever dreamed of winning the lottery? Seems like a great idea and you’d never have to work again, right!
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?
“I hate my job”: Ten signs to show you are ‘doing time’ at work
Do you hate your job, dream of not having to work or are you counting down the years to retirement? Presented here are the 10 signs that you’re ‘doing time’ at work, and how your road to freedom is an inside job.
Absenteeism, Career, Depression, Mental health, Work life balance, Overwhelm, Burnout
Being ourselves: is it better for business?
Can work and business include natural joy and enthusiasm? Or is formality and seriousness the expected norm?
A day in the life of a flight attendant
Working in the confines of a tin capsule at 38,000 ft. up brings certain challenges! Watch this video to learn how Anna has found the way to manage jetlag, along with many other challenges.
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.
Work life balance, Returning to work, Self-love, Testimonials, Shift work, Ill health
Do coffee and sugar really give us energy?
Many of us believe that drinking coffee or consuming sugar will give us the energy we need to get through the day but is this really true?
Was God at work today?
Simon Williams spent a day at the office and realised that even when he cannot feel the presence of God, He is always ready and waiting to be with us – all we have to do is give Him a call!
Current ‘self-care’ fads – do they really work?
Do populist self-care strategies in the workplace actually work, or do they just further add to our already full schedules; our various lists of tasks, goals, aspirations and resolutions?
Presence, Connection, Work life balance, Meditation, Mindfulness, Healthy living
Corporate Social Responsibility - part 2: How our working world could be
This article considers the ways in which we can ALL play a vital and essential part towards developing a new state of our working world, well-being and humanity’s future.
Career, Lifestyle diseases, Mental health, Work life balance, Well-being
A new level of productivity
A testimonial on the inspiration of the productivity of Serge Benhayon.
Work life balance, Work stress, Universal Medicine, Vitality, Testimonials
Truly seeing the truth of what is
Serge Benhayon’s Reading highlights how the best of conventional medicine can work harmoniously together with the true insight of Esoteric Healing and Esoteric Medicine.
Work life balance, Medical treatment, Lifestyle diseases, Body awareness
Is that all there is?
‘Is that all there is?’ How many have had this very thought, have felt the emptiness of life’s anticlimax? Can and do we have access to more, to the ‘ALL’?
Loneliness, Harmony, Work life balance, Stress, Exhaustion, Connection
How to survive work and travel?
A practical guide for how self-care can help you deal with the challenges of working away from home – from jet lag and hotel beds to working long hours and business dinners out.
Burnout, Stress, Time management, Work life balance, Body awareness
Serge Benhayon, me and men
Otto Bathurst, TV and movie director, father of three, husband, talks openly about the stark reality men face today and how Serge Benhayon presents another way.
Work life balance, Cancer, Depression, Dementia, Cyber-bullying, Illusion, Diabetes
Why retire? Does it truly serve the individual who retires, and the workforce they leave?
Retirement is a relatively new concept, perhaps 100 to 120 years old.
Retirement, Ageing, Career, Work life balance, Health conditions, Money
Those pesky Monday morning blues!
It’s Monday morning, the first day back to work after a weekend or a few weeks of annual leave. I hear a deep sigh as my colleagues sit down and turn on their computer and I smile ... once upon a time this was me.
Weight Loss Tips
To assist you with feeling healthier and to be more vibrant and active, here are some of our favourite weight loss tips which present a way of living that can support you to re-connect to your body and build self-care into your life.
Exhausted and depressed at work: how falsely do we live life?
What makes us stressed, depressed or exhausted at work? This article considers the impact of not working as the ‘real-us’ and how this adversely affects our success, health and wellness.
Exhaustion, Work stress, Appreciation, Feelings, Stress, Work life balance, Vitality, Harmony, Well-being
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?
Exhaustion, Fatigue, Healthy diet, Sleep, Caffeine, Sugar, Work stress, Work life balance
Burnout, disillusionment, pneumonia and finding Serge Benhayon
Meeting Serge Benhayon was truly life changing; he is unfaltering in his inspiration ...
Vitality, Work life balance, Universal Medicine, Well-being, Testimonials, Ill health, Sickness, Burnout
Before and after: Angela Perin
At the age of 48, I am feeling more beautiful, sexier and more comfortable in my body than I have ever felt thanks to The Way of The Livingness.
Self-empowerment, Self-love, Work life balance, Raising children, Universal Medicine
Stress at work
Stress at work – here we consider: what is stress and is it possible to be stress-free at work? What does self-care at work actually mean? What really constitutes work-life balance?
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?
Work stress, Work life balance, Time management, Tension, Teamwork, Stress, Shift work, Career, Burnout
Workplace design – well-being at work: people or profit first?
Workplace design and the rise in global absenteeism – are incorporated ‘chill-out zones’ and ‘well-being spaces’ missing the point?
Absenteeism, Productivity, Work stress, Work life balance, Burnout
From choosing to be invisible to letting myself be seen
‘When I first started working in the fashion industry I worked as an invisible person. I would produce work that was highly recognised but no one knew who I was.’
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?
Burnout, Career, Exhaustion, Lifestyle, Work life balance, Work stress, Returning to work
The state of the working world
Workplace pressures and stress challenge us to the point we live for weekends, and loathe Monday mornings. Can one person bring about the change needed for a new way of working?
A day with Serge Benhayon
What stands out spending any amount of time with Serge Benhayon is the endless supply of energy this man has to draw from.
Work life balance, Livingness, Performance management, Practitioner, Relationships, Retirement, Therapies
Food Boxes – saving time or missing space?
Saving time with food boxes and fast food delivered to your home or pre-packaged at a store. What is the key ingredient we are missing?
Sugar, Time, Time management, Women's health, Work life balance
Hairdressing revisited after fibromyalgia
Nicole explains how she has successfully returned to hairdressing after suffering with Fibromyalgia
Exhaustion, Fatigue, Health conditions, Returning to work, Work life balance
Every job has purpose
Having had many jobs, Mariette has found that every job has a purpose. Every job matters in life.
6 things all men need to know about exhaustion and fatigue
Exhaustion and fatigue can deeply affect the way men live – here are 6 tips to combat it. It is okay to seek help and/or professional medical advice when you are feeling excessively tired or fatigued.
Exhaustion, Fatigue, Caffeine, Alcohol, Work life balance, Healthy diet, Healthy living
What is work life balance for women? Does it really exist?
How do women return to a natural flow instead of the unnatural busy, rushed, overloaded way of living and striving for work/ life balance at the expense of themselves?
Work, mothering and female empowerment part 1 – where are we truly at?
As women, it seems we have made considerable progress towards attaining greater gender equality, work-life balance and female empowerment. But how much has really changed, and at what cost?
Empowerment, Parenting, Work life balance, Gender equality, Anxiety
A life of purpose – does the way we are educated affect our attitude towards life?
Are we preparing young people to be truly engaged in life? Research shows that over half the workforce are not engaged or motivated at work. How does our Education contribute to the ethos of – "Why get up in the morning?"
Youth, Work life balance, Education, Teenagers, Empowerment, Teachers
Coming out of hiding
Eleanor shares how hiding away from the world is possible but is definitely not a true way of living. While she was hiding, she missed out on life and the world missed out on her.
Anxiety, Money, Self-worth, Teachers, Work life balance, Universal Medicine
We did it Together
The stress of competition at work – does it separate or unite us?
Work, mothering and female empowerment part 2 – getting to the truth of it
The pictures we hold around mothering, attaining a work-life balance and the quest for workplace gender equality rarely match the reality of women’s lives. Is there more to understanding true female empowerment than what we have been led to believe?
Empowerment, Motherhood, Self-worth, Work life balance, Essence
Breaking the workplace
Workplaces are a hive being busy, regardless of the cost in lost productivity and workforce wellbeing. Work is essential for us to be able to live – but what if how we live is essential to how we work?
Quiet quitting at work
Quiet quitting is the latest workplace phenomenon. It may sound like someone is silently resigning from their post, but it actually isn’t this at all.
Developing a supportive work ethic
There are people who work hard, and there are people who we judge as sloppy, or unmotivated. What type are you and, if you consider yourself a hard worker, how do you live your life so that you don’t burn out?