Tag Archives: worry
Posted on 04. Mar, 2013 by Julia Barnard.
I recently wrote an article called ten good habits for your brain. Now I bring you ten more ideas that you can implement which your brain will thank you for. According to the neurobiologist P. Murali Doraiswamy, if you look after your brain, you can add ten years to its life. 1 Drink moderate amounts of alcohol Excessive [...]
Posted on 01. Oct, 2011 by Julia Barnard.
October is the tenth month of the year and is from the word octo, meaning eight as it was originally the eighth month of the year in the old Roman calendar. World Mental Health Day takes place this month, its aim being to promote good mental wellbeing and to highlight important issues that need addressing. [...]
Posted on 01. Sep, 2011 by Julia Barnard.
September is the ninth month of the year, yet is named after the word septem, meaning seven as it was originally the seventh month of the year in the Roman calendar. This month a new season begins, whether it is spring in the southern hemisphere or autumn for the north. This month we will consider [...]
Posted on 01. Aug, 2011 by Julia Barnard.
August is the eighth month of the year and is named after the emperor Augustus. It was originally called sextilis meaning sixth, as it was the sixth month in the old Roman calendar. Another reminder that things do change, even though such things can seem like they’ve been around forever. This month marks International Youth [...]
Posted on 24. Jun, 2010 by Julia Barnard.
How easy is it for you to be yourself? Do you ever pretend to be someone you are not, just to fit in? It is not always easy being yourself, especially if you know it goes against popular opinion. However if you have the to be yourself, you will invariably see yourself in higher esteem. [...]
Posted on 11. May, 2010 by Julia Barnard.
Children who experience low are more likely to be faced with obesity as adults. This is particularly so for girls, according to the King’s College London study. 6,500 10 year olds had their weight and height measured, as well as their self-esteem levels. 20 years later, participants reported their weight and height. Those children who [...]
Posted on 24. Dec, 2009 by Julia Barnard.
“The difference between one person and another is not mere ability, it is energy.” Thomas Arnold You can have the best plans in the world. You can be full of ideas and inspiration. But if you don’t have the energy to actually implement your ideas, you’re not going to get very far. Even worse, your [...]
Posted on 23. Jun, 2009 by Julia Barnard.
Put aside the belief that you’re not the creative type. Given time and space we can all be more creative. It is not just about creating artwork. It could be a creative solution to your filing crisis at work. It is about finding novel ways of doing things. Creativity can assist problem solving and help [...]
Posted on 22. Jun, 2009 by Julia Barnard.
If there’s one thing you should do today to boost your wellbeing, it’s have a good laugh. It feels good to laugh and benefits you in many different ways. This article will look at those many benefits and offer tips to ensure you get more laughter in your life. Physiological benefits Many studies have looked [...]
Posted on 29. Apr, 2009 by Julia Barnard.
There is no denying that dreams feature regularly in our life. As such, I have provided you with some suggestions to get the most out of your dreams. Remembering dreams If you struggle to remember your dreams, just before going to sleep, tell yourself that that tonight you will remember your dreams and will be [...]