Anxiety? Moi?

We were asked to share our experiences in association with the Lord Mayor’s ‘This is me’ campaign. We feel that it’s so important to end the stigma around mental health. To read more go to TheLordMayorsAppeal.org. Anxiety? Moi? Have you ever had a situation where you felt completely side-swiped? Life is ticking along, you know…

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Calling All HR Professionals!

As April is Stress Awareness Month we asked HR expert Nina Mayler to write this guest blog for us: Calling all HR professionals! Are you feeling the stress of carrying a heavy employee relations caseload? Take the weight off your plate this month… As we see signs of early Spring with bouts of sunshine and slightly…

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How to Bounce When the Menopause Comes Calling!

When I started the Discover Your Bounce business venture in 2010 I threw myself into it, only to suffer a stroke through stress three months later. I share my whole story in my book, Rescued By The Coastguard and through my keynote speeches. I now mentor entrepreneurs and managers who have set out on their…

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How Do You Sleep?

It’s been proven that a lack of sleep can cause so many physical symptoms like weight gain, increased blood pressure, dementia risks and lower immunity. Mentally we become more negative and unable to make our best decisions when we are tired,. How often do you reach for a chocolate bar or cake to ‘keep you…

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Learnings From Mental Health Awareness Week

Last week was Mental Health Awareness Week and the Bounce team were involved in several ways. We hosted events for companies in Bristol, Glasgow and London We posted on various social media platforms We reflected on our own mental health We looked at the support available. The work we did for companies was so rewarding.…

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Why a stroke is just the beginning…   26th July, 2010 was a pivotal day for me. What should have been a relaxing break resulted in a decompression injury that caused a stroke. To cut a very long story short the stress that I had allowed into my life followed by two challenging scuba dives caused…

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National Autistic Society team away day creates a positive wellbeing focus

WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT The National Autistic Society (NAS) provides information, support and programmes for people with autism and Asperger syndrome. Director of Finance, Kelly Evans, looks after four teams – Accounts, Procurement, Project Management and Property Management for NAS – based in Bristol, London and dispersed in local communities all over the UK. There are 40…

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Sport Relief: Physical and Mental Health Hacks For When Life Gets Busy

In recent months we have been talking to an increasing number of ‘busy people’. What has become clear is that when life is busy the main things to slide are physical and mental health. So here are some health hacks to help you. We all know that good food, water and exercise help us physically…

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How Do We Stay Inspired?

Hands up if you break New Year’s resolutions or don’t even bother? I get very excited on New Year’s Eve, looking forward to the year ahead. I write my wishes, set my intentions and light a candle for an awesome year to come. On the 1st of January the onslaught begins – lose weight, get…

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2017 Highlights

Reflect and celebrate! We often talk about the importance of reflection in our workshops and as a company we feel it’s important to walk our talk! So here is the result of us reflecting on an incredible year! We hope you take a few minutes to watch our progress this year, grab a cuppa and…

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