5 Strategies to improve workplace wellbeing

Positive Psychology is probably a term you’ve heard, but perhaps haven’t had the time to investigate. It is the science and study of wellbeing and has practical applications at the individual, community and organisational levels. This article explores 5 principles and how they can support you to improve your workplace wellbeing and performance at work.…

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To Do list essentials for busy professionals

The most common issue I come across with busy professionals is too much to do and too little time. What I find intriguing though, is that when I ask about their personal productivity, most professionals rate themselves around 70%, perhaps 80% on a good day. So, what’s going on? The rate at which we live,…

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4 Ways to improve phone hygiene

Firstly, you may well ask “What is phone hygiene?” Simple, it’s the way we keep our phone clean and ensure it improves our wellbeing rather than detracting from it. Most people never think of decluttering their phone. Imagine if you walked into your office and every drawer, cabinet and cupboard was open with contents strewed…

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How positive psychology impacts my life

In reflection, each area of my life has been impacted while studying positive psychology. Initially, I expected to be challenged and anticipated to grow both personally and professionally as a result. It’s been quite a journey. Every individual will have different ways to think through their lives. Personally, I segment my life in to three…

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How positive psychology contributes to the science of wellbeing

Recently, I’ve undertaken my Masters in Positive Psychology (MAPP) at Melbourne Uni. Our first assignment question was: What new theoretical knowledge has positive psychology added to the science of wellbeing? Is positive psychology simply old wine in new bottles? Here’s my response. Positive psychology has not only added new theoretical knowledge to the science of…

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What ‘I love you’ actually means

OK, so perhaps this isn’t the subject you expected from me, but keep in mind that relationships are core to wellbeing, and our ability to communicate and express our affection is core to relationships, perhaps the idea of love is worth exploring. Recently reading about the psychological construct of love I was interested in a…

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