Wellness philosophies, or lifestyle concepts, are a recent trend for lovers of wellness. Japanese ikigai and Danish hygge are just two examples that modern lifestyles seem to demand and deem necessary for living longer and happier. The way the world is going, we need all the positive help we can get. Below are the wellness philosophies recently uncovered and trending.
Break up the wear makeup rule in your day to day lives.
“When you’re putting on your makeup it’s like you’re an artist but instead of painting a canvas you’re painting your face.” Tess. Burlesque
I love make up. I take pleasure in getting ready for an occasion. I feel like I am playing a new character of my spectrum. I am movie star me.
But here’s the thing:
Sleeping well is essential to maintaining a healthy body and mind, but many peoples quality of sleep is not where it should be. Fortunately we are able to take more control over our sleeping pattern then we think
Long days sat in the office can often feel like a step back in your wellbeing practice. But there are ways you can begin to improve your lifestyle while at work and I have composed a list of techniques that might help towards this.
Below is a list of the best natural beauty products you can buy for £20 or less
We can often got to the cinema or settle down with a film and become immersed in what we’re seeing. However, often there are deeper messages being given to us that we miss. I have composed a short list of hollywood films I recommend you watch if you want to spiritually enlighten your cinematic experience.
If you search ‘the secret to happiness’ on the internet, thousands of websites appear claiming to know the answer. With the current climate of the world, I’m sure most people would love to know how to be happier. However I’m beginning to question whether or not it is achievable.
London Pride, this weekend, ends the month-long celebration of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ) community. To make this year’s celebration even more exciting, 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the Sexual Offences Act 1967, which partially decriminalised homosexuality. This was Britain’s first step in establishing LGBTQ rights, a step that finally culminated in full legalisation, in 2013.
While riding a commuter train, trapped between a moist armpit and old man breath, filled head to toe with stress, have you ever suddenly wished you were sat on a beach with no worries aside from choosing your next cocktail?