Six sleep problems – and how to solve them


Sleep is the great untapped resource of our busy lives. Over the years, I have seen this in client after client through the FirstBeat heart-rate analytics I use — charting their stress peaks and recovery time in lifestyle coaching. Though sleep doesn’t add to your to-do list (no NutriBullet or fitness mat required) it can completely recharge you after even the most stressful day. New research constantly reveals why sleep, still largely a scientific mystery, is so vital to our wellbeing. It restores our brains and rests our bodies. If … Read More

Why multitasking is bad for you — and how to move to mono-tasking

Chances are you’ll check your phone or flick off a quick email while you read this. You’re getting things done, right? Wrong. Research now shows that multitasking — hailed in our über-busy culture as an essential skill you should master, or face being left behind — achieves far less than you think.

Five ways to recover your feel-good factor

There is no doubt about it: we are living through a time of great change. It is hard to see what the future holds politically, economically and socially – and all of this uncertainty is stressful. It can feel challenging but it can also be a source of opportunity. So how do we remain open and positive in these circumstances? Incorporating recovery strategies into our busy days can make an enormous difference. It is our constant under-recovery that leads to chronic stress

LWW helps to write mindfulness book

LiveWorkWell’s Susan Peacock co-authored a chapter in the book Mindfulness in the Workplace, telling the story of how she introduced mindfulness training at Publicis – one of the world’s largest advertising agencies – in 2012, at a time when the concept ‘still conjured up images of mountain tops, faraway retreats and mysticism’.

In the press: Mindfulness at work

As the likes of Apple, Google, Heinz, P&G and Unilever offer mindfulness training to staff, these articles explore the role of mindfulness in the workplace

In the press: Mindfulness goes mainstream

It has been on the cover of Time, is the subject of a parliamentary report and helped Britain’s Olympians win gold. Here is how the media has covered the rise of mindfulness