Being in a cleaner and more organised space can really help us feel a bit calmer and more organised in our mind. In many ways, ensuring you have this space available is a way to show yourself a little respect and care. SO! Here are some tips and tricks that can help create that shiny-clean feeling with as little efforts as possible
When was the last time you were truly quiet? And I don’t mean not just talking, I mean consciously took yourself out of reality and your thoughts to enjoy a peaceful moment on your own? For many of us, this is difficult to answer.
magine the scene; pot warming on the stove, steam steadily filling the kitchen, knife in your hand cutting vegetables delicately in what you imagine is a particularly chef-like manner (“rustic” is a particularly useful chef term for “bad at cutting”). You’re like a Shakespearean witch, a delicious potion bubbling in the cauldron as you tap in a sprinkling of this, a dusting of that (admittedly, less of the “eye of newt and toe of frog” and more “a sprig of thyme and clove of garlic”). For some, cooking is a chore- a vision of boredom. For me, this is self-care.
During our month of self-care reflection it would be rude not to discuss the wonder that is The Blurt Foundation's CEO Jayne Hardy and her book The Self-Care Project. The Blurt Foundation is an organisation we often talk about (because they are awesome) and I was so excited to find their latest book was included in my… Continue reading #SelfcareSeptember x ECBC Book Club – The Self-Care Project by Jayne Hardy
September? Already? Yes, August has left us and I've already got all my autumn clothes ready. What a month it's been! When we started this organisation we didn't imagine within the first few months we have as many followers and reactions to our posts. We just want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who… Continue reading Introducing ECBC’s #SelfcareSeptember
Here at ECBC we love working with our local communities and other organisations supporting and helping those living with a mental illness and raising awareness of how to promote a healthy well-being. Do you have any plans on the 22nd September? Have you got your diary at the ready because I've got an event I… Continue reading Introducing Float: Bringing Wellness to Manchester
Self-care is so important. It took me a year of counselling to understand that I did not value myself as I value others. I did not eat properly - but if I found out someone hadn't eaten that day I'd be the quickest person to tell them off. I would encourage others to cry if… Continue reading Blurt’s Buddy Box Review: A True Treasure