The health of a marriage is determined by individual health, so we need to care for our emotional, mental, physical and spiritual fitness.
People have a ‘nope-speed’. It’s when someone spins faster and faster under the pressures of work until their life falls apart in slow motion.
A shortage of healthy touch can effect our wellbeing, and even be psychologically damaging, writes Collett Smart. She shares tips for parents of teens.
While we live in an increasingly digital world, it’s important for adults and kids to get outside, exercise, spend time off screens and get quality sleep.
A breath prayer is a simple, short and very helpful in times of busyness and stress as it can be prayed while working or during a short break.
Mindfulness is the past decade’s biggest fad in positive psychology and wellbeing. It’s great for those for whom it works, but.. it’s not for everyone.
Work wellbeing is bigger than the surface level aspects of a healthy workplace like fruit bowls, standing desks and ergonomic furniture.
The Federal Government is supporting the rollout of the Smiling Mind app into 600 regional and rural Australian primary schools this year.
Like the old Ford Cortina I had that would mysteriously stop on long drives, our minds go on strike when overworked.