Mindfulness

Self-care: the top three myths debunked

Words by Ellie Gerszt, Partnerships Executive at NABS Like avocado on toast, a sense of entitlement and an inability to function without a smartphone, the phrase ‘self-care’ seems inherently millennial. It speaks of a snowflake generation who can’t get through life without selfishly prioritising themselves. However, the Oxford English Dictionary defines self-care as ‘The practice...
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Top tips for cultivating resilience and reducing stress

Words by Soraya Shaw, Strategic Consultant for Wellbeing and Careers at NABS Workplace and life stress can impact us all, and if not addressed, sadly in some cases can lead to poor mental health. However, we all have different tipping points, what may be stressful for one person – say giving a presentation, may for...
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Mindfulness – the art of turning Depleting activities into Nourishing ones  

Words by Emma Pratt, Executive Career Coach at NABS I’m sure everyone reading this has heard of mindfulness.  Some of you might even have tried it, but how many of us practise it regularly or are aware of the fact that mindfulness can help to reduce stress and anxiety?  We all tend to rush through...
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Dear Reader

Dear reader, I think I know what you’re thinking. I think there is a strong chance that you’re reading this and you’re really not sure what we can do for you. Yep, that’s right, I said you. The whole you and some would say the most important part of you. Your wellbeing.  Perhaps you came...
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The fear of fear: overcoming anxiety

Words by Louise Thompson, Senior Communications Manager at NABS “This is it.” I thought. “Twenty-five years old and I’m going to die of a heart attack.” After a very stressful year, watching my beloved and eccentric grandad die from cancer, leaving a job with a bully boss, alongside other personal issues, this really would be...
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The Best Piece of Advice Ever. 

Words by Steve Rowe, Senior Support Advisor at NABS It’s a tough one, isn’t it?  How do you boil down every nugget of wisdom you’ve ever heard into one killer line, a powerful soundbite to pass on to those willing to listen? A panel of speakers at Advertising Week Europe took on the challenge on...
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How to have a colourful, stress-free Christmas

By Uzma Afridi, Business Psychologist and NABS Career Coach Colouring in is an activity often associated with children, however it doesn’t merely keep them quiet whilst mum and dad get some peace, it also allows children to develop a sense of calm and creativity. Earlier this year adult colouring books became a best seller on...
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