Arthritis is a word taken from greek and literally means ‘Joint-Inflammation’. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease that causes pain and inflammation, affecting many joints, including those in the hands and feet.Read More
As a result of today's 'always-on' work culture, and the perceived importance of professional attainment, I see people experiencing professional burnout much earlier in their careers than they used to, and in alarmingly increasing numbers.Read More
Do you find yourself constantly managing time? Constantly reviewing your diary, looking at the time every hour. We are constantly expending energy, yet how often are we matching this with energy recovery? Energy expended must be matched by energy recovery. It is important for us to remember to not manage time, but manage energy instead.Read More
Everybody experiences pain at some point in life. Pain sensations can be intense, but are usually brief. However, according to research by Pfizer Australia, for 29% of the Australian population, pain doesn’t subside and they are living with it chronically.
This means nearly 1 in 10 Australians are experiencing chronic pain at any given time. Chronic pain can be described as a pain that extends beyond the expected healing time, or pain that is persistent, lasting longer than 6 months. The pain can range from a mild discomfort to excruciating; episodic or continuous; general or localized.
The concept of making decisions from a place I want to be, rather than the place I am in, has been a total game changer for me this year.
It has given me the confidence and clarity to take my own inner leap of faith to pursue all the things - personal and professional.Read More