Get Active Blog: Refresh

Hello World I hope everyone is doing well this week. I recently had a revamp of my exercise goals.  I found my previous goals were impacting my enjoyment, and it was time for a refresh. I am now focusing purely on the goals of boosting and maintaining intensity and keeping the exercise enjoyable. I’ve added…

Action for Happiness Calendar: August 2021

This month’s action for happiness calendar is called Altruistic August 2021.  This gives you an action point for each day of the month to boost your wellbeing.  You can find out more over on their website here

Get Active: Mental Health Run training

I mentioned that I am doing the IDONTMIND Mental Health run or walk over May.  I am currently training for this event, as I will be running 10KM on a path in the North Yorkshire moors. I’ve done two shorter runs this week, which were proceeded by very long walks of 10 and 6 miles…

Working out at Home

You don’t have to spend hours in a gym or force yourself into long, monotonous workouts to experience the many benefits of exercise. These tips can help you find activities you enjoy and start to feel better, look better, and get more out of life. Why even workout at home? At-home fitness has been around for a…

How to Untangle Anxiety

An overlooked idea from the 1980s yields a promising new treatment approach that anyone can use. Read a great blog entry from Jud Brewer on anxiety. A really eye opening article, well worth a read. You can check the article out here: Unwinding Anxiety Is Possible | Elemental (medium.com)

Better Days Blog: KitKat

Meet KitKat. She is nine years old and has been my cat since September 2015.  She is a special needs cat and requires a lot of careful attention.  She also has anxiety, which can exacerbate the situation too.  That is something we have in common. Caring for KitKat can be very challenging at times, but…

MIDWEEK: Blog and News Round Up

So its Wednesday again, time for the midweek blog and round up. What does inclusion mean to you? That is a question I’ve been thinking about lately. It is not necessarily something that can easily be measured on a large scale. I feel its often that comes down to the individual, how they act and…