While no-one is immune to the allure of procrastination, no-one is immune to the cost of putting tasks and obligations off until the last minute either. In this blog post, we ask what fuels procrastination and how we might break this habit. Continue reading Procrastination: A costly way of coping
Have you longed for your end-of-year leave? Now that it has finally arrived: do you feel exhausted and down-hearted? Rest assured: You are not alone!
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Don’t let the end of year blues make you forget how much you have actually achieved during 2015. Here’s how! Continue reading Reflecting on personal growth: 2015 in review
This kit is something that you prepare for yourself and have ready for when you hit a bump emotionally or physically. It is like a stand-in for a caring parent and the nurturing part of yourself that is hard to access when you are not feeling your best. Continue reading Happiness First Aid Kit
Are you feeling overwhelmed, stuck, and unable to get through what feels like a mountain of to-dos?
In this week’s blog post I will share with you one of the simplest yet most effect methods for gaining a sense of control and achievement when faced with a lot to get through. List-making. Continue reading 5 ways to make progress on difficult days: Why list-making rocks
Do you often feel pressured for time, find yourself rushing from one obligation to the next, and never quite seem to find time to decompress? In this week’s blog post, I will share five free techniques for creating some much-needed breathing space in your life. Continue reading 5 ways to achieve inner-peace
As a therapist, I am most interested in understanding the cause and effect (both negative and positive) of people’s ways of coping. While everyone copes (or defends) in the best way they know how, these ways of coping are not necessarily the best ways available. It is fair to say that underlying any form of … Continue reading LUISTER asks South Africans to broaden their discussion on racial exclusion