Health and Wellbeing, mental health, Mindfulness, Personal Development, self care, Self Improvement, vibro acoustic technology

Using vibro acoustic technology in mindfulness

You may be totally phased now by the title of this post…what even is vibro acoustic technology?

Good question

The answer, in a nutshell, is that it’s sound, vibrations and images (the images affected by the vibrations and the sound and your voice and movements if you choose to interact that way), all pulled together into a space that you spend time in. The result is that this technology can help you relax, be mindful, feel calmer and has been used as a mindfulness therapy for people with mental health issues.

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Health and Wellbeing, mental health, Mindfulness, Personal Development, Self Improvement

Turning 40 – The final countdown!

It’s almost here- in less than a month I turn 40!
For those that have been on the journey with me this year, you’ll know I’ve done a lot of soul searching, panicking, and fighting the ageing thing.

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Health and Wellbeing, Mindfulness, Personal Development, Self Improvement, writing

I quit my job yesterday

Yes I really did. Hence the reason I’m awake at 4am!

This feels like a massive, massive day for me. I’m scared and excited in equal measures.

For about five years now I’ve had a dream. A dream to write, to run workshops, to work with people to deliver a message about living a different life; a life that is the opposite of consumption. Which is about family, and good food, nature and spontaneity and meditation and letting go.

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Health and Wellbeing, Mindfulness, Self Improvement, women

Could gut bacteria be the answer to your mental health and food intolerances?

So disclaimer first:

whilst I have personal experience of mental health, food intolerances and improving my gut bacteria, I am no expert, or specialist. You should ALWAYS seek medical advice before taking supplements, altering your diet significantly or making changes to your health, because you are very important and so is your health.

Phew, so moving on. I am so very excited to share with you something I’ve discovered about my health which I had to work out through research and scouring the internet for hours.; how gut health can completely change your health

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Health and Wellbeing, mental health, Mindfulness, Minimalism, Personal Development, Self Improvement, simple living, women

Free Ebook on finding happiness through mindfulness

So I’ve been busy beavering away at mindful towers on something I’m passionate about; writing ebooks. I plan to write lots more ebooks but this is my first one and I’m really excited to share it with you all. It’s all about finding happiness.

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How to use mindfulness at the dentist

Using mindfulness at the dentist
I write a lot about mindfulness in the wider sense and its benefits but I thought it would be useful to start writing about how to use mindfulness in action at specific times. So today having a trip to the dentist was the perfect time to start.

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Health and Wellbeing, Mindfulness, Personal Development, Self Improvement, women

Turning 40 series – where I start to accept I am middle aged

Yes! This is a breakthrough! I’ve actually started referring to myself as being middle aged without breaking into tears/a cold sweat/shivers.

I mean technically I am 39. I may live beyond 78 but I may not. So technically I am middle aged . It’s a fact. So why has it been so so hard for me to accept and come to terms with? It’s just a term, a couple of words. Why did I get myself all in a spin about it?

Well before I ponder that, I’m not alone. The Office for National Statistics in the UK reports that 40- to 59-year-olds are the most anxious age group. At 39 I’m headlong hurtling into statisticsville. So to identify whether I am likely to be the owner of a full on midlife crisis, I have found an article on the 40 signs of a midlife crisis ( must be true then) to identify if I am full on mid life crisis ready.

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