In the midst of wedding planning you can feel that you’re at the mercy of your to-do list and it’s easy to forget to take some time-out and to look after yourself properly.
Over the past few months I’ve been sharing some simple wellbeing methods that are designed to keep you calm during this demanding period of your life, to give you a little extra spring in your step and ensure that you focus some much-deserved time on yourself.
This month’s wellbeing project is the simplest yet but as with all small changes, once done repetitively and frequently, they can bring about big results!
Since planning a wedding can sometimes be quite stressful, I’ve recently been sharing some wellbeing methods that I think you might enjoy.
The projects are not only designed to help clear your mind and keep you calm at demanding periods of your life (coordinating your wedding being a prime example!) but to bring even more happiness to your day-to-day.
Back in October I was lucky enough to get to visit the chic and unique city that is Singapore for the second time. During a quiet day lazing by the pool at the apartments where I was staying, I began to consider my love for all things holiday…
From my wistful wonderings beside the pool that day, came an idea for using past travels to create refreshed positivity for the year ahead. Not being one to commit to New Year’s resolutions myself (who likes booze-free skinny girls anyway?!) January seemed like the ultimate time to share this simple idea.
Let’s face the facts, planning a wedding can sometimes be stressful. At times, the frenzy that is involved with pulling together the biggest party of your life will leave you begging your partner to elope!
In today’s fast-paced world, juggling your already busy work schedule and social calendar with organising a wedding can certainly be a testing time – there’s just no getting away from it!
Throw in other people’s conflicting opinions and their pressures to have your day their way, along with managing a budget and you can have a recipe for burn out (bring on the honeymoon holiday!).