Life is busy. In between managing a career, running a household and dealing with all those little inconveniences that seem to be never-ending it can be hard to find the time to relax. One tactic that always seemed to crop up is yoga.
It’s Monday morning and you have that sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach as if you’re about to fall from a scary height, yet in reality, it’s your alarm going off to wake you up for work. We all have mornings where we’d rather stay in bed, especially a Monday morning where you have to adjust your mindset from maximum chilling to professional adult with responsibilities. Sometimes, we all need a bit of support to see us through the struggle, so here are some ways to help you start enjoying your day.
January: Everyone’s least favourite month. It’s cold and dark outside, you’re broke, and the Christmas festivities have ended. The post celebration come-down and having to re-adjust to going back to work is never easy, even for the most optimistic ones of us. To help our Truly family through this tough and slightly depressing month, we’ve put together some of our favourite ways to survive the January blues.
It’s been said many times, everyone from Oprah to life coach Tony Robbins that if you’re looking to make big changes in your life, in particular, your career, changing the time your alarm goes off could be the difference between you cancelling your much-needed haircut and debating whether your amazon prime subscription is really necessary.
Let’s be totally honest, going to bed is probably one of the best parts of the day, the divine feeling of tumbling into soft, silky sheets really is unbeatable. So if we love sleeping so much, why is the average Brit getting just six hours and 19 minutes of sleep each night? The answer most probably lies in your sheets…