Why practice mindfulness at work?

Why practice mindfulness at work?

With some of the world’s largest businesses encouraging their staff to practice mindfulness, it seems our workplaces are beginning to appreciate that happy minds make for happy businesses.

But what does mindfulness actually mean? And how can you add it into your routine, to support your work, and equally support your life? Find out in this guide.

Burnout recognised by World Health Organisation

Burnout recognised by World Health Organisation

This week, the World Health Organisation (WHO) announced that it recognises burnout as a legitimate medical diagnosis.

This announcement has been a real breakthrough for the Calmer Team: burnout is one of the main focuses of our work, and it takes centre stage in our free e-course The Reignite Project.

Find out what the WHO defines occupational burnout as, and how it differentiates it from stress and other mental health disorders.

6 lessons we can learn from being vulnerable

6 lessons we can learn from being vulnerable

“Vulnerability is the core of shame and fear and our struggle for worthiness, but it appears that it's also the birthplace of joy, of creativity, of belonging, of love.” - Brené Brown, Research Professor in Social Work.

In today’s post, we explore the benefits of being vulnerable, as well as the ways you can start letting go of perfectionism, and start following a more contented, authentic path.