Welcome to the second instalment of Self-Care Secrets of Successful Business Women. If you missed the first post, you can find it here. I wrote about the self-care routine of Arianna Huffington, Founder of Huffington Post, Thrive Global. Today’s post is about Saying NO.
So there have been a lot of posts and articles about Hygge ( pronounced Hoogah) and how to cozy up at home. Firstly, Hygge isn’t just about lighting candles and snuggling up in a wool blanket — it really is more than that. “Hygge is the sensation of familiarity, of being seen and recognised, and feeling at home,” explains Marie Tourell Søderberg in her book, Hygge, The Danish Art of Happiness. “You experience it when you are able to be fully present in the moment, and feel content and at ease.” Hygge at home is great, but how do you Hygge at work?
One of the things I’ve learnt about using essential oils is that there is a right way and many a wrong way to do it! So what better way to get well-educated than to get the lovely Nuala a.k.a English Aromatherapist (certified Aromatherapist for 14 years) to tell how to use essential oils safely, and why we should we dilute them when using them in the bath?Read More
A Beginner’s Guide to Meditation — Guest post by Ilka Elise B
A doctor once said to me, “You’re really calm.” First, I thought nothing about it. I was always of the opinion that I’m a mix of wild, anxious and bumpy when it comes to my mind. Someone who never stops thinking and running around… Read More