It’s that time of the year again, when droves of young, bright things begin their university chapter. It may be seven years since I was a fresher but amidst the blurry memories of nights out, I remember the excitement of gaining independence and the endless opportunities
Modern-day lifestyles are so busy and centred around other people, that we have forgotten to make time for ourselves. We are neglecting our own wellbeing and happiness. Self-love shouldn’t be sacrificed, it should be honoured and an essential part of our routine.
From a young age we are taught to love and show compassion. Compassion being the wish for others to be free from suffering and love is wanting others to be happy. So why do so many of us ignore the importance of being loving and compassionate to ourselves?
How much sleep do I need? We have become a sleep deprived society and it’s having a detrimental effect on our health. Sleep is a pillar of health which is just as important as eating, drinking and exercising.