Today, we’re shining a spotlight on one lesser-known supplement that, in our opinion, is very underrated: rhodiola.
2020…it’s the year that feels like it will never end, but alas, it’s about to…finally. It’s been a hard year for all of us, so we wouldn’t blame you if diets and detoxes weren’t on your priorities list for next year. But, instead of thinking about 2021 goals as a pain in the butt, why not think of them as a way to celebrate finishing this dumpster fire of year?! Next year is a chance to celebrate the potential of what’s to come and commit to a few fresh goals.
As another year draws to a close – a year like no other we might add – it’s always interesting to look back at the top trends. Common Google searches, Instagram hashtags, Tweets, online shopping purchases and app downloads, are insightful tools to look to for overarching trends. They’re often telling of the year that’s been.
It’s true, that the spirit of Christmas is about giving, not receiving. However, that doesn’t mean you have to completely forgo yourself. We’re not talking about a new TV or shoes, but presents for the mind, body and soul. The kind of gifts guaranteed to add value to your life. After the events of this year, it’s fair to say we’re all overdue for a little selfcare, right?!
This year, we’re vowing to put a little extra thought into gift giving with something tailored to each special person in our life. For active friends and family, we’ve rounded up 13 considered gifts they’ll truly appreciate and use.
If you’re struggling with prolonged, chronic stress you’ll need to put in place some long-term stress management systems that work for you, like regularly talking to a professional. However, in the short-term there are some effective hacks that can significantly help to relieve stress in the moment.
As we near the end of the year, everything – from work to your social life – tends to kick up a notch. So, it’s fair enough if your stress levels do too.
Stress is a normal response when we feel under threat, in fact normal levels of stress are healthy. It’s when you’re too stressed that we can jeopardise our health.
Don’t let the name fool you – the ‘mind-body connection’ isn’t as woo-woo as it sounds.
Emerging science is linking seemingly unrelated mental and bodily issues. The new research concludes that embracing the powerful link between our minds and our physical health can help alleviate chronic conditions and improve overall wellness.
Kim Kardashian, Billie Eilish and Lili Reinhart are all celebrities who have spoken out about their experiences with negative body image – and body dysmorphia – in the past. While you’ve likely heard of the term, this anxiety disorder is frequently misunderstood. It’s more than just vanity or narcissism.
Most of us have things we don’t like about our appearance; however someone with body dysmorphia may think about their perceived flaws to an obsessive level, which can become extremely debilitating, affecting happiness and mental health.
If you follow lifestyle blogs or frequent your local juice bar, you’ve probably heard of adaptogens – the latest buzzword to dominate the wellness world. Whether you’re on the brink of burnout or feeling like it’s just not your day, your month of even your year (sorry, we had to)…then you may want to consider trying adaptogenic herbs as a way to cope with the stress.
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