Managing Your Personal Boundaries Let’s start with an experiment: If I shrink all the spaces between letters, words and lines, can you make sense of the following text? Ifyourmainparachuteismalfunctioningorhasbecometangleditsimportantthatyou...read more
It is easy to rush through daily life without stopping to take notice. Paying attention to the present moment – to our own thoughts, feelings and to the world around you can improve your wellbeing. For now, Take Notice of the wonderful locality of Beara....read more
Recognising and managing stress by Dr. Aoife Dwyer Stress is our psychological and physiological response when our demands go beyond our coping resources. When we perceive things as threatening, we are left with a feeling of strain or pressure and this can...read more
Some tips for staying well at work! Reclaim your lunch break Why not make the most of your breaks and allocate time away from your workspace. Get outside, make the most of fresh air and invite some colleagues to come along with you. Get some light...read more
Tips on looking after your mental health and recovery journey Whatever programme of care you have decided on, you are the expert on how you feel. It’s good to think about how you cope on a day-to-day basis and how you may be able to avoid problems. You...read more
Outdoor gyms: you have seen them, but have you ever used them? If not, why not??? Free outdoor gyms provide access to fitness equipment for people who can’t afford gym fees. They are easily accessible in communal areas in local towns and villages across...read more
5 FOR 5: 5 Benefits of taking a Winter Swim and 5 places to take the plunge in West Cork. It may be cold outside but that's no excuse to stay indoors. There are plenty of health benefits to go for a winter walk or swim for that matter. And where else is...read more
Tips to help you develop a regular sleeping pattern. Timing: Go to bed and get up at the same time each day. Be active: Get regular exercise but try to avoid exercise in the hour before bed time. Avoid stimulants: Avoid caffeinated drinks (tea and coffee),...read more
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