Stress Management Blogs

Shortcuts to Master Work-Life Integration



Author: Sarah Nanclares

One of the positive things that has come out of the technology age and workplaces offering flexible options for staff to structure their days is work-life integration. This is where we adopt a strategy of blending our professional and personal life to make it all work. We have the advantages of slotting personal stuff like going to a mindfulness class, attending a school event, taking elderly relative to a doctor’s appointment during traditiona 



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Gratitude lessons from the edge of crisis



Author: Sarah Nanclares

At times, life is less than a cut and dry affair. The plan is: friend falls pregnant, friend carries baby to term in a haze of maternal bliss and when the time comes, friend goes into labour and baby is born. Mother and child do well. Happy family.Yesterday, I came face to face with the reality of what a miracle birthing a baby safely, both for mother and child, really is. Before my very eyes unfolded a situation that snow-balled to near ca 



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Mind, The Gap.



Author: Sarah Nanclares

It seems that every major global economy has a burgeoning, National Health system that is a financial drain on the Nation’s economy. An untapped resource that could revolutionise health care and aid National Health Systems , is by bringing the mind–body methodologies such as health coaching, developmental coaching, psychology and therapy off the doctors shelf and onto the forefront of the doctor’s prescription pad. Stress related conditions 



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