Let’s face it, life can get hard. Whether it’s stress at work, a hectic time at home or simply the chaos that is consumed in the world today- it is often difficult to put the most important thing first, you and your wellbeing. In honor of #MentalHealthAwareness month, we’ve turned to our publishers for some awesome advice on how to avoid burnout. With energizing workout routines, inspiration for new found hobbies and simple tricks to keeps things organized, our publishers are helping us live happier, healthier and more stress free lives. Check out some of our favorite self care features and get yourself in the right state of mind today!
Feed Your Mind & Body
One of the best ways to keep a healthy mental state is with a healthy diet. This issue of Wellness Warehouse is filled with all things superfood that will keep you at the top of your game. Dig into this special issue and discover the foods that will keep you focused, ease some stress and have you functioning at your best.
April 2018 Issue featuring Bernadette Slowey, of Berni’s Journey
The Perpetual You’s mission is to publish uplifting content that inspires and empowers women – and we’re giving them two big thumbs up to that! The Ease Issue tackles one of the hardest mental health issues, dealing with the past. With powerful editorials on women who have conquered their person struggles, this issue reflects upon letting go, embracing imperfections and moving forward.
Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s millions of monthly readers. Title: Issue 10, Author: Unread, Name: Issue 10, Length: 112 pages, Page: 1, Published: 2018-04-30
Lingering deadlines, work meetings, events and a multitude of other commitments can bring stress and wreak havoc upon your life. Unread magazine has the perfect solution when you find yourself with a lot on your plate. Bullet Journaling is the latest trend that brings together organization, creativity, and relaxation. You don’t have to be an artist to successfully maintain a bullet journal. Instead, its purpose is to allow yourself time to manage your busy life while also having some fun.
This month we’ve got an invigorating mix of features including: – Giovanna Fletcher on motherhood and supporting each other to love the skin we’re in – Denise Welch celebrates her 60th by penning a letter to her 16-year-old self – Adopt don’t shop with Pete Wicks and his four-legged friend, Eric – Dr Hazel Wallace, aka The Food Medic, on mindful eating – CEO of the West London Mental Health Trust on LGBT+ rights and Broadmoor Hospital’s future – The music merchandise company that donates 50% of its profits to Mind
Now more than ever we must accept the fact that taking time off from work to focus on our own self care is legitimate. Unfortunately, many people don’t understand that strong mental health is crucial to your physical well being. Not only does your body need time to unplug and recharge, mental health days are often the perfect solution for better work performance. Happiful Magazine has 4 key ideas as to why it’s okay to take a mental health day.