Humans are creatures of habits, and as a species we have habits. You don’t need to like them, you don’t need to be aware of them, but you do have them, regardless of your preferences. They’re the building blocks that form a large portion of what we do, and also a mirror to our identity.… Continue reading Best paper habit trackers.
Self-sabotage occurs when your logical, conscious mind (the side of you that says you need to eat healthily and save money) is at odds with your subconscious mind (the side of you that stress-eats chocolate and goes on online shopping binges). The latter is your anti-self — that critical inner voice that seems to hold… Continue reading How to Stop the Self-Sabotage.
Sleep. We all know we need it. Most of us feel we don’t get enough. We’re constantly tired – and tired of being tired – as we struggle to achieve those elusive eight hours’ sleep each night. But it may be that stressing out about not getting enough sleep is actually what’s making you feel… Continue reading Is the eight hours of sleep rule a myth?
Losing weight can be challenging, and keeping weight off can be just as difficult. Although the medical community is still untangling the complicated relationship between sleep and body weight, several potential studies have emerged that highlight the potential weight loss benefits of getting a good night’s rest and the negative health impacts of sleep deprivation.… Continue reading The link between sleep and weight loss: What you need to know.
Keeping up with the motivation to exercise whilst travelling can be tough. The trick is not to overthink it. There are plenty of ways to stay fit without going to the gym, as a commitment to fitness does not always require you to be carrying your gym routine with you. As equipment gets more complicated… Continue reading Keeping fit while on the go.
Reducing stress is an important part of good health, but can taking supplements help? Find out which ones may help and which you should avoid. Most of us live with a low-simmering level of stress from trying to juggle work and family responsibilities to navigating sudden problems, such as a job loss or health scare.… Continue reading Instant Calm: Supplements To Soothe Stress and Ease Anxiety
Greetings StepOuters from the land of exotic dances and spicy cuisine! We are beyond excited to announce our special collaboration for our next COVID Relief Fundraiser Workshops “Bhangra Blast ” with Sanna Laine which will be happening on the 30th of June at 19:00-20:00 EET and 21.30 IST! Missing this opportunity is neglecting an intense… Continue reading Introducing our next workshop: Bhangra Blast!
Today we are reintroducing the third of the COVID RELIEF FUNDRAISER CAMPAIGN workshops. So far two of the many workshops that will be available during these couple of months have already been closed, but don’t hesitate on signing up for the rest of them! Semi Classical Dance for Ladies with Sanjana Parulekar Sanjana Parulekar will be… Continue reading Semi Classical Dance for Ladies
When in doubt, dance it out! We have something juicy and exciting to announce. As you probably already now, the Belly Dance Masterclass date was postponed a week ago, but we are really excited to announce that it is finally here. The new date is the 12th of June, so don’t forget to book that… Continue reading Belly Dance New Date Announced.
It is no secret that eating habits have changed a lot in the past year, mainly due to the stress related to the coronavirus crisis and other body responses to uncertainty. Nonetheless, the same way as food is organic energy to us, mindfully consuming it is crucial and that is why “Mindful Eating” is a… Continue reading How to Eat Mindfully When Doing Everything From Home