Better mental health starts with yourself I’m a mostly happy person. I’ve always been an optimist and choose to see the best in people plus any situation I find myself in. Of course, there’s still plenty of things for an optimist get angry about. For me, it’s when someone tries to take away someone else’s
Welcome to my second post in the series on happiness and how to feel happy. In part 1, I tasked you with writing a happiness CV or resume to get you to take stock of everything you are on your best day. Now that’s done and filed away, let’s look at some other ideas to
(This post contains strong language) Today, 6th February 2018 marks the centenary of women receiving the vote in the United Kingdom. In 1918, a coalition government passed the Representation of the People Act 1918 which gave women, over the age of 30 and who met certain criteria, the right to vote. It empowered 8.4 million
I am writing a series of blog posts on the topic of happiness. For me, dancing is happiness: it’s healthy for mind, body and spirit as I described in my Reasons to Dance post recently. But there are plenty of things that anyone can do to inject a little bit of happiness into their everyday.
There is a relationship between how we look and how we feel. That’s no secret and there are industries making billions out of our insecurities and the pursuit of feeling like a million dollars. When it comes to dancing and particularly when performing for an audience, that relationship extends into how we dance. We need
It’s that time of year when we pick our post-Christmas, lardy selves up off the sofa and make those resolutions: like actually getting fit or losing weight. We ultimately fail at these goals because our focus is on the end result and not on how we get there. You could join a gym or a