By Emma Martin After surviving the last 18 months in one of the most challenging times many of us have faced, it’s no surprise that overwhelm, work related stress and burnout are on the rise. (According to HRD online– .
I haven’t got time for that’ I used to think, as I washed up another load of bottles whilst thinking about which emails I had to respond to later. ‘That airy fairy stuff isn’t for me’ I pondered, as .
Our wellbeing is important, now more so than ever. Working in the Mental health sector, I am witnessing first hand the effects of the pandemic and the impact that our stress in our lives can have on us. I love .