There’s a heavy reliance these days on external gratification. A seeking for things outside of ourselves to make us happy, fulfilled and provide meaning. Something we aren’t naturally taught is to fill our own system with the simple pleasures, often seeing them as insignificant and unfit for the job.
Dry brushing is a technique that I have been a fan of for many years. I first learnt about the technique when I was in training for endermologie (a treatment which aims to combat cellulite). Personally, I have found spending a few minutes dry brushing before jumping in the shower
Ever got in your car to go home and before you know it you’ve pulled up in front of your house with little knowledge of how you actually got there? Yep, that’s autopilot – we’re all guilty of it. In fact, it is more of a struggle to stay present
everAFTER Magazine’s Creative Director Nicole Snow shares advice on how to stay grounded and sane during the wedding planning process. You’re engaged! Congratulations. Or maybe one of your best friends has asked you to be a bridesmaid. However you are involved in an upcoming wedding, this is a really exciting
Happiness seems to be this ever elusive emotion that is considered to be the only measure of success. Happiness is not that hard to feel if we stop SEARCHING for it and simply be. That being said, there are a few small changes you can make to your daily life
Avoid Processed Junk Food (Eat Real Whole Foods Instead) The rise of processed junk foods in our diets is making us fatter and sicker than ever before. These foods have been manufactured (via their salt, fat and sugar content) to leave us wanting more and even addicted (for some people).
Earlier this month, together with our Local Love Green Press, we invited Heidi to take on their 3-day juice cleanse and to keep track of every thought and feeling in her personal Cleanse Journal… Here Heidi shares her ups and downs of the Green Press Apprentice Juice Cleanse: I have to
The word “spontaneous” is often dropped into sentences when we refer to our “ideal lifestyle” and is not thought of as something that is easily incorporated into our everyday lives. When people think about spontaneity they usually associate it with adventure or risk, and see it as a luxury that
Returning to University as a Post Graduate student has opened my eyes to the significant shift in lifestyle that often has to be made. Particularly for those of us who are leaving full-time work, where we enjoyed a life full of routine and had our health and fitness sorted during