The sound bite is a monthly audio article that covers a wide range of topics spanning mental well-being, nutrition, wealth and legal, physical health, and life skills. It’s geared towards helping you take the worry out of wellness.
English South AfricaHealth & Fitness · Self-ImprovementAuthored by 2Stories Narrated by Siphokazi Jonas
In an effort to avoid overcommitment and burnout, there are several routes to explore. Apart from learning when to say ‘no’, our overall well-being can be supported by defining what’s important and making sure we’re taking the time to fill our own cups too. Audio reference ● https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMxKNMCNv9I
As we step into a new year, it's the perfect time to recommit to developing the skills that can significantly improve every aspect of your life. From effective communication to good time management, our tips and journal prompts will support you in honing these skills for a more fulfilling year…
Taking a good, hard look at your financial situation and your money behaviour may not sound like the most fun you could have at this time of year. But reflecting on your financial journey is a powerful catalyst for growth. Audio reference ● https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NbW8aMVJwd8
Technology has woven itself into the very fabric of our lives, offering unparalleled convenience and connectivity. However, this constant state of connectedness comes at a price. The good thing is knowing we have options – a digital detox is a deliberate and temporary disconnection from technology. Audio references https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHREDrcGr4k https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ig6I3prnlnE
As a medical condition, strokes affect millions of people worldwide, but many strokes can be prevented with the right knowledge and lifestyle choices. Audio references https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3peQn2o78Fc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6SnT0W4ccw
One of the primary obstacles in addressing heart disease in women is the pervasive stereotype that it only affects men. It's crucial to understand that heart disease can affect women of all ages, ethnicities and walks of life.
Menopause is a natural phase in a woman's life. Every woman goes through it, but not everyone experiences it the same way. Knowing what to expect can help you navigate this transitional stage more easily.
Ongoing financial stress can have catastrophic consequences for your well-being and relationships. But by learning more about how to manage your money you can take back control of your wealth and health at the same time.
Inflation has most of us looking for ways to cut down. We’ve got some simple ways to boost your financial resilience and help ease the pressure of day-to-day expenses – without you having to give anything up. Here are seven tips to help you stretch your money.
In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy to get swept along by the tides of work, responsibilities, and daily routines. We often push ourselves to do more, achieve more, and be more. This is your gentle reminder to take a moment to prioritise your holistic well-being.
Our thoughts inform how we experience reality. But what we think isn’t always an accurate reflection of what is real. Using your sense of curiosity can shift your thinking and improve the quality of your thoughts. And maybe even your life.
We’re able to alter how we experience reality for the better just by tapping into the way we think, which is where meditation enters the room and holds so much potential to change our lives. Here's how to get started.
We’re all trying to be more economical, but when last did you examine if and how you’re spending your energy on yourself. If you do one thing this year, be sure to fill your own cup. We’ll get you started with some ideas.
Despite our best intentions to spend responsibly, it’s still possible to blow the budget in a frenzy of gifting or acts of generosity. Rather than fixating on the stress that this causes, it’s time to spring into action.
To commemorate 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children, we’re shining a spotlight on non-physical domestic and intimate partner violence.
7 Dec 2022
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