Self-care at Work
Flow, cycles and rituals at work
The symptoms of exhaustion, lethargy or the simple and very common feeling of discontentment are a normalised phenomenon in our work-places. But does it really have to be this way?
How to be in full time work and loving it
From withdrawal to being inspired to work full-time once again. Read how Jen now loves her work.
“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.
My choice to slow down at work: Pure gold
Can slowing down at work actually make you more productive? This true story shares a very different experience of the results of slowing down.
Developing self-care as part of health and well-being at work
We regularly see in the media, the HR press that well-being at work matters. This article introduces an aspect that is seldom written about in health and well-being at work - self-care at work.
Workplace Health and Safety: keeping it simple
Workplace health and safety starts with you and how you are caring for yourself. Simple changes in how you arrange your workspace to ‘fit’ you and the way you work can make a huge difference to your health and wellbeing.
Self-care at work makes sense, why is it not common practice?
No one at work ever tells us NOT to take care of ourselves at work, and, we all know that it is needed. Why then is self-care not consistently practiced in workplaces?
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?