Category: Lifestyle

Jennifer Medhurst - The Imperfect Nutritionist

Jennifer Medhurst, known as the imperfect nutritionist, has amassed a following of over 100,000 followers on Tik Tok; as a result of her accessible and fun healthy recipes. Initially feeling alienated by a health industry that felt like perfection was the only way to be healthy; Jennifer set about creating a more accessible way to help support and improve diets.

By Jennifer Medhurst

Remembering what Matters: Psychological Wellbeing and the Pandemic

Zeljka McLean offers and explores four important aspects of psychological living which enable emotional and psychological wellness. She suggests self-awareness, curiosity and reflection, balance and kindness are important factors which underlie our very ability to self-care appropriately and with enduring effects. She suggests how these four aspects of living relate to each other and how they can aid us in the journey of life, whatever it throws at us.

By Zeljka McLean

How to become the CEO of your life

Like any well managed organisation, your life needs a leader on board to navigate its flow and direction. No one knows you like you do and if you've been outsourcing this responsibility to other people, it's time to consider promoting yourself to the Chief Executive of your life.

By Chiedu Hing

How to build your reputation at work

Does the idea of self-promotion at work make you cringe? Do you depend on performance reviews to showcase your achievements? Or perhaps rely on your boss to get noticed for new and interesting opportunities? If you’ve answered 'yes' to any of these questions, you could be holding yourself back from getting recognised and building your credibility at work.

By Cheidu Hing

I have seen the future and it is in coffee

Well not exactly, but just roll with me on this one for a minute. I'm not a coffee devotee by any stretch of the imagination (although, I have been partial to imbibe on a Starbucks cafe latte every now and again) and I'm afraid to say I don't possess any insider Intel into the coffee industry. So, then (I hear you ask), what do you mean when you say, 'the future is in coffee'.

By Peter Mckenzie