Career goals can be daunting; it can be hard to know where to start with so many influences and options. I spoke to Career Success Coach Jaz Broughton about what success means for her; how she looks after her well-being; and where she suggests one can start to make a change.
There is a common expression that a cluttered home leads to a cluttered mind. When the physical space around us is messy and disorganised, we may feel heavy and unfocused; which in turn makes it more challenging for us to navigate our work and creative endeavours. I spoke to Lili Pettit, Founder of Clutter Healing about Holistic Home Organising and the impact this has on our well-being.
Nutritionist and Holistic Wellness Practitioner Michelle McCowan shares how Nourish Me Wild stemmed from her desire to help others reconnect to the deeper roots of natural living and get back in tune with their bodies. Holistic Nutrition isn't just about nourishing the body, it’s about creating balance by nourishing the body, the mind and the soul. Michelle shares how we can do just that! to live a more conscious and mindful life.
I spoke to Francesca Raffa, Founder of Spiral Tea, and qualified herbalist and reiki practitioner, about how tea effects her well-being and creativity. As Francesca will tell you, there is more to tea then just brewing your favourite blend in a cup of hot water; tea invites us to connect with different cultures and provides an array of health benefits. It also asks us to relax and enjoy some much needed me-time.
Artist and Yoga Teacher Kate Hiley opens up about how yoga has impacted on her life and how it proceeds to influence her creative process. As you will discover, yoga is more than movement; it is a way of being. It shows up in the lighter moments and in the dark ones; it provides a healing tool, teaching us to lean into pain and discomfort in order to grow and be present. Some could say, it is the ideal companion to creativity, encouraging artists of all kinds to trust the process.