Human beings are designed to be in relationships as it helps us to feel connected to others – we are, after all, social animals.
Juice Recipe by Jason Vale
Chocolate-orange-maca protein power blend!
Phytotherapy for children using garden herbs
Make herbs part of your life! Dr Connie Meyer shares some ideas about using them in everyday cooking and baking and as soothing natural remedies for childhood ailments.
Workaholism vs work engagement
It’s OK to be committed to your work and to perform well in the workplace, but this does not mean you should be a workaholic, but rather an engaged worker.
The psychology of the injured athlete
Does your mind slow down or speed up your recovery from an injury? Ian Craig thinks it does, and supports this theory with a convincing literature review.
Romantic routes for ramblers
‘I took a walk in the woods and came out taller than the trees.’
~ Henry David Thoreau, writer, philosopher and naturalist.
Argan Oil – a liquid treasure
Argan oil is one of the rarest and most expensive fixed oils in the world yet it is the current buzz ingredient in the skin care world.
Yoga and wellness in the workplace
With the ever-increasing stress levels and daily challenges we face, it is becoming more and more important to focus on our well-being – especially in the workplace.