Don't Let COVID Bring You Down, Get Back To Travelling ASAP

Wednesday, 25 August 2021

With some of the world now starting to come out of the pandemic, meaning that it’s time to start resuming life as normal in most cases. With Melbourne still in lockdown, it can be challenging watching others around the world start to go on adventures again. It may feel like this lockdown will go on forever but that doesn't mean you can't start planning the great escape once we can finally leave our 5km radius!

Of course, those who test positive for COVID still need to self-isolate to help contain the spread, and people travelling should continue to wash their hands and wear a face mask. Other than that, it’s time to get things going again, and one of the things that a lot of people have missed is travelling. In this article, we’re going to look at how to make this work, so keep reading to find out more.


Tips for Mentally Recovering From a Sports Injury

Friday, 6 August 2021

Whether you’re an athlete or just enjoy working out, an injury can be a real pain when you have to spend countless hours of physical and mental work behind the scenes. Amateur sportspeople will often not see this when they face struggling with an injury. 

When injured, people can feel isolated, frustrated, anxious, and depressed meaning that their mental health is severely impacted as a result. If you’re injured and out of commission while battling doubts, fear, low self-esteem and confidence issues, you may wonder if you’ll ever get to feeling like yourself again. Here are some of the things you could be doing to make your life easier while in recovery. 


The Biggest Myths About Mental Health

Tuesday, 3 August 2021

Mental health is a field surrounded by controversy. That’s because, unlike most diseases, you can’t easily dissect someone’s brain and point to something and say “there’s the anxiety” or “there’s the depression.” 

Because of this, the field of mental health is rife with mythology. Even practitioners admit that a lot of what they do feels like hocus pocus. Because mind and body aren’t the same thing, they struggle to come to effective clinical diagnoses, even with all their modern instrumentation. 

In this post, we take a look at some of the myths that currently dominate thinking about mental health and then dispel them.