Living in the present moment is enlightening.
To do this, you must realise charm in every moment, and in everyday activities. It’s a conscious act that requires participation, not just observation, but the reward is a richer, fuller life. This is your life, now live!
With all the pressures of modern life it’s so easy to feel stressed…. but what exactly is stress?
Stress is a modern, widely used buzzword that’s used to describe the feelings of “distress” experienced when tension, pressure or even boredom are perceived to become unbearable; beyond our ability to cope!
Work-Life Integration – you can have it all!
The term work life balance is one we’ve all heard before, but how many of us think about Work-Life Integration….. do you really ever give much thought to the ways you could integrate your work commitments with the rest of your life?
Tonic has corporate clients from a broad spectrum of industry sectors right across the UK as well as working with many individuals (locally across the Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shropshire plus clients dotted around the UK who use our Skype Coaching services) – this allows us to understand trends and specific attitudes different industries have with regards to wellbeing and stress management, as well as different and emerging needs for personal wellbeing across the UK.
Vitamin D enjoys an almost unique status as the ‘miracle’ vitamin, popularised by its key role in bone metabolism and the increasing amount of research showing its importance across a wide range of biological activity. If that weren’t enough, it’s widely acknowledged that many of us are deficient or have sub-optimal levels of vitamin D.
Research shows that employee stress levels are rising in line with demands of the 21st Century workplace. ACAS reports that each new case of stress leads to an average of 31 days off work.
Bupa’s latest research suggests that 44% of those working in the financial services sector are going through a period of stress with one quarter saying they have felt stressed for more than a year…………. is this sector on the brink of a meltdown?