During these challenging times, Nick Bloy (Founder of Wellbeing Republic) will be speaking with different wellbeing experts on how we can stay hopeful in the midst of so much uncertainty, allowing us to regain a sense of control over our lives.
The importance of getting children moving
In this episode Emily Doe, a movement coach who created a non-profit to get more kids moving more naturally and regularly at school, shares some of her top tips for parents on how to ensure their kids keep moving during lockdown.
How our homes shape our wellbeing
I catch up with Ben Channon, Author, TEDx Speaker and Head of Wellbeing at Assael Architecture to talk all things buildings and wellbeing, with some great practical tips on how to maximise your time at home for optimum wellbeing.
The courage to be kind
Following on from this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week’s theme of kindness, I explore some of the key barriers that preclude us from choosing kindness, both towards our self and others.
Why we should all move (and breathe) more
I sit down with movement coach Shaun Brooking to understand why movement can have such a profound impact on our mental and physical health and how we can better thrive by ensuring we reconnect with our external environment.
Managing wellbeing as a lawyer during a pandemic
In this episode I am joined by the CEO of LawCare Elizabeth Rimmer to talk specifically about some of the unique challenges facing legal professionals. As a former lawyer myself, I found this conversation really insightful. Law Care does phenomenal work to support lawyers and their families who are struggling with mental health and addiction issues.
Positive relationships during lockdown
I catch-up with my wife, Nicole who is the Head of Learning & Development at a London law firm, to talk about the small things we have been doing to support one another during lockdown. There are hopefully some useful tips on how we navigate the challenges of living, loving and working under quite different circumstances.