5 scientifically-tested ways to boost your winter wellbeing

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The clocks have gone back, the temperatures are dropping, and the daylight hours feel non-existent. It may feel as if summer is just over, but winter is well and truly here. With the changing of the seasons, it can be more difficult to stay positive and healthy. The urge to pull the curtains and climb into bed, or binge on … Read More

The Breadth of a Country Walk

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Mindful walking means walking with a deliberate intention, focus and attitude. It is noticing without attachment, as best we can, our unfolding experience in an open, curious way. On a mindful walk we don’t judge ourselves or others. We stand back from our reactions, and respond gently to what comes our way. In May 2015, chartered psychologist, teacher and author … Read More

My experience with mindful eating

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Freelance writer Andrea Tolu shares his experience with mindful eating and explains how mindfulness helped him overcome these patterns.  Even if you don’t know what emotional eating is, you’re probably familiar with its consequences. When we eat emotionally, it has nothing to do with real hunger. It could be out of habit (that’s what we do at lunchtime), or because … Read More

Mindful Walk and Talk

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Starting on May 30th , psychologist and author Hugh O’Donovan will take on the challenge of walking from Mizen Head to Malin Head, in aid of MyMind! Mindful walking means walking with a deliberate intention, focus and attitude. It is noticing without attachment, as best we can, our unfolding experience in an open, curious way. On a mindful walk we … Read More