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Presence 2.0 – Bringing more presence into remote working

Presence 2.0 – Bringing more presence into remote working

Now that we're all remote working, we're noticing a lack of idle time. Bringing back small talk in our digital communications can go a long way in recreating some of these unplanned moments of...

How to recognise burn-out

How to recognise burn-out

Burn-out is a stress-related condition. In itself, stress is not necessarily a bad thing. A bit of adrenalin can make you perform at your best when a deadline is in sight, or when something is...

Stepping out of the rat race

Stepping out of the rat race

We spend a great deal of our waking hours at work. Yet the digitalisation has further diminished the difference between private and professional life and therefore many of us are feeling...

How to soften your inner drive system in times of crisis

How to soften your inner drive system in times of crisis

In these uncertain times it is important to learn ways how to calm and ground yourself. 

Living busy times? Focus on self-care

Living busy times? Focus on self-care

When things get stressful we often automatically skip the things that nourish us, but it is in those moments that self-care is even more important. 

Feeling lethargic? Nothing wrong with you.

Feeling lethargic? Nothing wrong with you.

After many weeks and months in lockdown it is normal to feel lethargic. it does not mean that something is wrong with you- it is normal to feel tired when there is a lack of perspective. 

Stepping into being

Stepping into being

We spend most of our days in a doing and thinking mode which is helpful insolving problems and gettng things done. but it is not helpful when we feel exhausted or emotionally overwhelmed. It is...
What you didn’t know about stress – and might change your life

What you didn’t know about stress – and might change your life

When talking about stress most people think about the flight and flee mechanism which is meant to help us to survive. but not many know about the drive system which helps us to go after rewards and...
Writing yourself to sleep

Writing yourself to sleep

Sleep is one of the biggest factors impacting our wellbeing. One method to help you fall asleep can be to write down everything that preoccupies you and hand it over to the paper so you can let go...

How to take good care of yourself during the autumn

How to take good care of yourself during the autumn

Autumn is dry, rough, windy, changing, erratic, cool, ... As the external environment changes during this season, your internal environment can experience the same type of changes: dry skin,...

Stepping out of the treadmill - Letting go of worrying

Stepping out of the treadmill - Letting go of worrying

Worrying is the mind's attempt to solve a perceived threat to our safety. yet in generally makes us feel much worse. therefore it is important to learn techniques to le go of worrying and to relax.

Letting go of unnecessary fear and worries

Letting go of unnecessary fear and worries

While fear plays an important role in keeping us alive and warning us from life threatening situations worry has no other use than to make sus miserable. therefore it is important to learn to...

What does “listen to your body” actually mean?

What does “listen to your body” actually mean?

Listening to your body is an important tool in stress management. you can detect signs of tiredness and exhaustion, understanding your stress mechanisms and also learn to use the body as an anchor...

How to say

How to say "no" with kindness

To to our fear of rejection many of us find it hard to say no to others and to set boundaries.  But there are ways to say no with kindness , without hurting the other person and allowing yourself...

Improving your energy with small rituals

Improving your energy with small rituals

Are you one of those few lucky people who wake up in the morning and jump out of the bed with full energy and lots of enthusiasm? Or do you need one or two hours and a strong coffee to really wake...

How to learn to sleep again - 5 tips and a mindfulness exercise

How to learn to sleep again - 5 tips and a mindfulness exercise

Sleep is one of the most important factors impacting our wellbeing. yet so many people suffer from insomnia. here are some suggestions and a guided bodyscan practice that can help you find your...