When it comes to your job, career or business, you may be ‘hitting’ all the right moves…
You may be sealing the deals, smashing the targets and be seen as the ‘golden girl or boy’ in your specific field or industry…
And as a result of your amazingness you may very well be stacking up the promotions, building your business at a rapid rate or seeing your salary shoot upwards.
It’s all wonderful – right!? Maybe – BUT… (Read More)
What is Wellbeing? In its simplest terms it’s a positive balance of your physical, mental and spiritual health and happiness. It is important to manage all areas of your health to optimise your happiness.
There are number of recognised pillars of wellbeing, but each vary slightly depending on who you talk to from a physical and mental perspective we talk about sleep, nutrition, investment in self and exercise, but there are additional emotional pillars which include gratitude, kindness and inclusivity.
All the pillars are important to our wellbeing, but we are all unique, so we respond differently depending on what works best for us personally. Our top general tips include: (Read More)
Health and fitness isn’t about getting in ‘great shape’ at a specific time and then falling back to where you began…
Nope, being fit and healthy is about making exercise, focused eating and routine a part of your lifestyle in a way which you enjoy, and which works for you and the people around you who matter.
Luckily there are basic and proven principles that hold true, and in this article GymWolfPT will be providing these and illustrating how you can utilise them to lose fat, gain energy and be at your best (read more).
The way to succeed at eating a healthy diet is preparation!
If you live on your own you are the only one who is responsible for what lurks in your fridge, freezer and cupboards!
Have a check now – if there are plenty of processed snacks, biscuits and sweets you are setting yourself up to fail! (Read More)
Do you ever finding yourself uttering the words “why the heck am I so tired at the moment?’
I sure have – and if you haven’t you are one of the few!
Many people find they are tired and have a lack of energy, and I’m not just talking about older people – this is blighting the younger generations as well.
Fortunately there are, more often than not, clear reasons for such tiredness, and by making changes (often quite minor changes) to our schedules and lifestyles, can see dramatic positive results (read more).
If you are working from home you may have noticed more aches and pains than usual. Maybe your neck is stiff, or you’ve noticed your shoulders ache more; or possibly you’re experiencing pain in your lower back?
A new survey has found that a third of people working from home are experiencing musculoskeletal injuries as a result of poor posture from hunching over laptops and not having dedicated work stations set up at home (read more).