Posts tagged burnout
Freelance Files: The Pomodoro Technique - The Secret to Your Success?

I try to stay as organised, between the shop, workshops & all the other projects I have got going on, it’s hard to stay on top of it all.

I Bullet Journal (you should too) & I make sure to theme my days & write everything down. Because, (even though all the smartphone makers claim to the contrary) it really helps you to remember tasks & set your intentions for the day.

But what about when I am ready to work, coffee in hand… how do I use my time effectively?

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Spotlight: Creative Writing

We have collaborated with Wordsmith’s on a series of workshops that not only help you to understand your self innately, but help to tackle your mental health, the effects of burnout & the productive benefits of writing creatively.

In the intimate workshop, going Wordsmith’s founder, Naomi Smith to help you make Writing for your Wellbeing, a reality…

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Freelance Files: Freelance Hacks

Freelancing can be great. You get to work wherever you feel most comfortable, you can set your own hours & no one will judge you too harshly for working in a pair of leggings you frankly should have thrown away years ago (too suspiciously specific?) but haven’t because they are your “productivity pants” & you get your best WFH (working from home to the uninitiated) days in them.

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Top Tips: Hobbies to Help your Anxiety

"Anxiety is often caused by chronic arousal of the sympathetic nervous system, & can be a result of sustained, high stress,"

Who else feels like this is their default position? Jodi Rose Gonzales, ATR, NCC, RYT200, a credentialed art therapist & yoga instructor highlights the problem & today, we will be suggesting some hobbies to help turn this default setting off (or at least , down a little.)

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Question: The Productive Benefits of Having a Foul Mouth

For many that know me, this will come as no surprise.

I’ve a bit of a foul mouth. The air around me is constantly blue & I am often berated by my family because of my (somewhat) crass vocabulary; especially if I am close to a deadline or generally whilst I am working. My offhand comments can rival that of a feudal, enraged Fishwife (Sorry, not sorry!).

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