With everything that’s happening in the world right now – from local lockdowns, disruptions to work and personal events, there are so many things that many of us are experiencing right now. Wherever you are in the world and whatever your personal circumstances, life is not without its obstacles, roadblocks and challenges, and sometimes we all need help finding the right tools to help you navigate those difficult times. Our founder, Kristina Karlsson, is not one to shy away from a challenge, and wants to inspire you by providing practical, life-learnt tips and ideas for getting through challenging times. If you happened to miss out on her online workshop talking through all of this then no need to fear! Everything you need – including all of her best tips, a recording of the workshop itself and plenty of online resources are here below to inspire you.
After meeting Dr Elise Bialylew at a recent event, Kristina was so inspired she just had to invite her onto the podcast right away. Which brings us to this week’s wonderfully inspiring episode!
Author of the #1 best-selling meditation book, The Happiness Plan, and founder of Mindful in May, Elise is also a coach, meditation teacher and social entrepreneur who, after training as a doctor and psychiatrist, left the hospital wards to pursue a deeper calling.
Kristina’s wonderful guest this week is Cyndi O’Meara, who is not only an inspiring nutritionist, author, and founder of Changing Habits whole foods and The Nutritional Academy educational program, but her first book Changing Habits, Changing Lives had a huge impact on Kristina’s life. Inspiring her to change some of her own habits and life choices, Kristina is still feeling the positive benefits in the way her and her family live today.
World Sleep Day is upon us once more (19 March), and while we’re all pretty excited about treating ourselves to a little sleep in, we’re also sharing our favourite ways you can make quality sleep your number one priority.
Believe it or not, our relationship with sleep can do so much to change our lives; from giving us more energy to helping us to de-stress. In fact, studies have shown that our sleep patterns can even have a physical effect on our brains, changing the way we think. So be inspired to get enough sleep and start welcoming more creativity, productivity, and happiness into your life with these simple, tried and tested tips for catching better zzzzs. Happy napping!