psychology Tag

Why is it when we have busy periods of work, such as end of financial year, the first thing we let slip is our exercise routine? Closely followed by our sleep, food choices and finally our sanity. Sure we are pushed for time and priorities must...

These days most organisations have some degree of an employee wellbeing strategy, whether it is access to a discounted gym membership, office fruit bowl or a wellbeing week. However many of these programs are implemented without thinking about why you have a workplace wellbeing program...

For many women one of the biggest questions they ask of themselves is how do I have a successful career and also have time with my family? The possibility of staying fit doesn’t even come into the equation. I count myself as very fortunate to be...

During a trip to New Zealand in 1962, Bill Bowerman, a former track and field coach, discovered a concept called ‘jogging’ and decided to bring the phenomenon back to the United States. It was during this jogging boom Bowerman was introduced to a young entrepreneur...

One of the most common excuses I hear for people being a certain way when it comes to their health is blaming their genes. Not the denim kind but the ones handed down through the family via your DNA. I often hear things like -...

One of my favourite questions to ask people at the moment is what drives you more - the feeling of winning or the feeling of not losing? This can be applied on the sporting field, in business or across personal life. For me I am...

I have recently placed a self-imposed ban on using the word ‘busy’. I found myself getting into the habit of when people asked how are you? I would automatically say ‘busy’. I had glorified the word busy and used it as an excuse for something I...