We all know how important it is to make time for yourself to support your mental health; so, today’s post is all about selfcare ideas for easing into the season!
Firstly our lives are in perpetual motion. We live in a constantly changing world and an ever expanding universe, so change is inevitable. Some people embrace change, seeing it as ushering in new energy; whilst others shy away from it and find it difficult to cope with.
Now that the clocks have changed and there’s more daylight it’s time to turn your attention to the garden, and with the Easter holidays coming up what better time to wake up the garden in preparation for the warm days of summer.
I’d heard anecdotal stories of people feeling ill after the jab. I’ve read the research that says women tend to be effected more by the vaccination than by men. Indeed the kindly nurse, Karen, told me that I may feel a bit unwell post vaccination, but that didn’t really prepare me for the wall that I hit about 6pm that same evening. And that very wall-hitting was what prompted me to write this blog, so that you guys can prepare yourself in a way that I hadn’t.
Now let's face it putting the three letters - WFH - in your online calendar pre-March 2020 had a lovely ring to it. It meant that you would be working, but in the comfort of your own surrounds and not with your omnipresent boss hanging around every corner. So today, I thought I would look at ways that you can make working from home an altogether happier experience.