In this incredible episode, Kristina speaks to the ever-inspiring Tanya Goodin – a woman who has spent her entire career focused on the interaction between people and technology. As someone who has spent her life almost entirely onscreen, Tanya was one of the first to notice the impact of a screen-based lifestyle on focus and concentration, productivity, creativity, stress, and sleep.
March 20, is International Day of Happiness, a day designed to connect us all and a day to check in and ensure we’re doing everything we can to look after not only our happiness but the happiness of our loved ones and the world. The United Nations theme for 2020 is ‘Happiness For All, Together’ and although most of us are working from home, practising social distancing or following advice to stay home, there are still so many ways we can cultivate happiness and maintain a positive mindset during these extra challenging times. Here are our top 10 below:
This episode, Kristina speaks to Myles Hopper, co-founder of the ethically-minded, healthy recipe box company Mindful Chef, whose mission is to help people lead healthier and more sustainable lives through simple recipes and ingredients sourced from local, ethical suppliers. With a wealth of knowledge on all things health, fitness, nutrition, business, and a passion for enjoying life and making a positive difference in the world, Myles shares the Mindful Chef journey with us along with plenty more inspiration.
With the back-to-school organising and back-to-work well and truly in full swing, we thought it would be a great time to pause for a moment and remind everyone of the importance of wellbeing and looking after ourselves each day, as well as being organised and having all the right stationery to help you do so. Here are five of our top tips for looking after your wellbeing at school, work and university, and we’ve also thrown in a delicious recipe to inspire you as well!