Tag: Wellbeing Method

Wellbeing – The Self Love List

16/04/2015 | 0

Wedding Wellbeing

 

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!

 

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Wellbeing – The Sleep Experiment

05/03/2015 | 4

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Images: L’Estelle Photography via You Mean The World To Me

 

In our increasingly busy lives, one of the first – yet worst – things to suffer can be our amount of shuteye. Add planning a wedding into your demanding schedule, some late nights writing wedding to-do lists before finally crawling into bed for a restless couple of hours mulling over said list, and you might just start to feel the pinch of getting less kip.

 

For many brides-to-be this picture will be an unrecognizable one, however if you feel that your slumber time is being affected by challenges whether it be planning a wedding, work or general weariness then the sleep experiment is here to help you focus on giving yourself restful nights of slumber.

 

Sleep deprivation only brings about more difficulties, plus you’ll want to be glowing and refreshed on your wedding day so …

 

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Wellbeing – The Happiness Habit

12/02/2015 | 6

Wellness - The Happiness Habit

Images: L’Estelle Photography via You Mean The World To Me

 

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.

 

If you missed the first two wellbeing methods, be sure to take a peek here: 10 things to be thankful for every day and A goal without a plan is just a wish.

 

Wedding Wellbeing - The Happiness Habit

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