Movement restrictions and self-isolation don’t have to spell boredom. Countless people have taken to using their leisurely hours in pursuit of things creative and inspiring. What does the psychological literature say about the importance of our non-work hours? And can cooking be good for your emotional well-being?
Worried that you aren't being as productive working from home as you were back in the office? Don't be - the circumstances have changed and you don't need to beat yourself up for it. Eugene Tee suggests why it OK to be unproductive during these times.
We set ambitious, challenging goals for ourselves, and yet, fail to create a response to how we should act if (or when) we fail to meet those goals. A self-compassionate response takes the sting out of our failure and gives us a renewed sense of vigour to try again.
Mindfulness and Emotions: Understanding Your Mind and the Benefits of Being Present
What is Mindfulness, and why is it so crucial for our psychological well-being?
Sandy Clarke and Eugene Tee present an accessible and informative read on the science of mindfulness, along with practical tips on how to develop this important skill.