Is Your Working Environment Contributing To Stress & Anxiety?

Work Related Stress 15.4 million working days were lost to work-related stress between 2017-2018, according to a report by the Health and Safety Executive, which demonstrates that the recognition of World Mental Health Day and International Stress Awareness Week shown by businesses in the UK in recent months is for very good reason. Potential stressors include issues around…

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Social Passion Project – Update January 2020

At the start of 2019 we made a commitment as a business, to volunteer our team and resources to improve the mental health of our community. We call it our Social Passion Project.  This is a new style of corporate social responsibility; rather than being a one off project we have made it integral to our…

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The Power of the Mantra

The origin of mantras The word mantra comes from the 18th century, meaning literally ‘a thought. A thought behind speech or action’. Its everyday use comes from the Indian Vedic tradition – a word or sound repeated to aid concentration, meditation or prayer. Recently, Group Director Nicky Marshall spent 3 weeks touring India. Part of which…

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how to have a calm christmas

On the 12th day of Christmas my true love said to me…

…What a calm and lovely Christmas that was!   Here at Discover Your Bounce we are the masters of zen, getting sh*t done and making sure we enjoy our time spent on earth.   Christmas is a celebration with family and/or friends. Yet, some of us spend more time running around after everyone else and…

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Journaling, EQ and striving towards a better life

Journaling your way to happiness The Future of Jobs report by the World Economic Forum placed Emotional Intelligence or EQ at number 6 in the top 10 skills we will need in 2020 for us to thrive. For good reason. EQ is the “capability of individuals to recognize their own emotions and those of others, discern between…

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World Mental Health Day – Supporting others with their mental health

Supporting Those Struggling With Their Mental Health 10-20 minute read. On World Mental Health Day we want to make sure everyone feels supported. This blog is for those helping a friend or a loved one struggling with their mental health. We have pulled together information from reputable resources, but we are not trained doctors or…

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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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Do You Know Your Numbers – Blood Pressure Awareness Guest Blog

Natasha Davies is a registered Nurse, Corporate health consultant, and personal health coach. She empowers men and women to take back control of their health. Find her on Facebook: www.facebook.com/hcwtheofficenurse Do You Know Your Numbers? Weight, BMI, Blood Sugar, Cholesterol are all numbers we commonly associate with health but …do you know your Blood Pressure?…

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You’ll be crying in a minute! – Guest Blog by Slow Coach Sarah

Our latest guest blog is from Sarah Thayer. She has a deep passion and commitment to her own personal development, having invested in a range of training and personal development over the course of 20+ years, including NLP, Coaching and holistic health & wellbeing training. She is also a qualified and experienced Counsellor. Our eyes…

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Tea Happiness – Volunteering For Better Mental Health

Volunteering your time can help you with your mental health. By giving up your time to help those less fortunate or those working towards a brighter future can have an effect on your own happiness. It allows you to gain a sense of purpose if you have previously isolated yourself due to mental ill-health. You…

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