Wearing a Mask

Wearing a mask become the new normal for us over the last few years, but when we refer to wearing a mask, we’re not always referring to the physical mask worn as a protection from Potential physical illness, but the metaphorical mask worn when someone is experiencing emotional distress.

Building Focus

Focus… What is it? Something that is easy to do? Something that just happens? Something that we can lose as easily as we can gain? We are often told to focus more on things but it’s not as easy as just focussing on that one thing when we have so much going on in ourContinue reading “Building Focus”

Emotional Fitness

There is no doubting that people have become more aware of mental health over the past few years and whilst raising awareness will always be necessary, lifesaving and hugely important, we also need to start taking action to protect our mental health and implementing preventative measures. Performance Coach and positive psychologist Tabby Kerwin looks atContinue reading “Emotional Fitness”

Catch those rays!

Now winter has come and gone and spring has sprung, it’s time to embrace the summer months and that means safely catching those rays to give our mood a boost and increase our levels of Vitamin D. For many, the winter months lead to a drop in mood, and for some this can lead toContinue reading “Catch those rays!”

Boost your Vitamin C

We’re not talking citrus fruits and supplements… our ‘C’ of this Vitamin ‘C’ is for Creativity. Releasing your inner creative is a great way to improve wellbeing, reduce stress and anxiety, bring a sense of calm, develop positive emotions and even improve the functioning of your immune system. We are all creative and creativity isContinue reading “Boost your Vitamin C”

There’s no shame in crying…

Crying is so important, yet we are so scared to cry in public or allow others to cry, opting to say “don’t cry” instead. Read on to find out why crying is good for you.

How to PERFORM with Grief

We all have to perform in life. Performance isn’t just reserved for those on a stage, in a boardroom or in a sporting stadium, it’s something we all have to do to get through each and every day.

Performing with grief is tough, but we can help ourselves to embrace, manage and live a life full of love.