Simple practices to improve your day to day wellness.

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I should start by saying that I am not a mental health expert or professional. I am only speaking here from my own experience.

If you are struggling with mental health challenges I recommend that you speak to your doctor or a counsellor, even a trusted friend, but please do speak to someone.

Prioritising mental wellbeing will mean different things to different people, but for me it is primarily about doing things that help me manage my anxiety and stress levels.

I recently heard Ariana Huffington say something along the lines…

My 4 top tips for better balance when WFH.

Over the last few months, like so many other people, I have been working from home. For the most part this actually has been great. I don’t spend 2 hours a day commuting, I see my family a whole lot more, I get to cook more, and spend a bit more time cycling. From a work perspective it has it’s benefits as well, I’m more productive and more focused.

However working from home also has it’s downsides. I miss my colleagues, the cups of tea, the informal chats when walking around the office.

One of the biggest downsides for me…

Connor Mccullough

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