Rest. That one little word that is so simple yet often feels so far out of our grasp. We often think of rest as doing...
So many of us are trained to notice what's wrong, not done, or lacking in our lives. This practice can overcome that and help us to build mental wellbeing - as long it we make it more than just an intention or passing thought.
One of the most positive developments in the area of wellbeing over the past few years is the number of high profile people sharing their experiences with mental health challenges. Earlier this week one of the highest ranking people in the Australian Federal Police, Commander Grant Edwards, shared his mental health journey on the television program Australian Story. It's an inspiring story that we can all learn from.
Have you ever been excited about something that's happened and then been disappointed when you shared your good news with others? They didn't share...
If you're wanting more fulfilment in life, more 'me time', or simply a respite from overload and overwhelm, I Don't Have Time is worth the read.
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