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This week is My Self-Care Edit's first birthday so we're giving a little treat every day (because birthdays should definitely be longer than one day!). Today's treat is this guided breathwork class - take some Me Time and enjoy this box breathing exercise!

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The new Autumn/Winter Collection is finally here! After months of planning, making and curating I'm so excited to share this collection with you. Click here to view the full collection, or scroll down to find out more about my absolute favourites from this collection!   The Autumn/Winter collection has been carefully curated to help you invite in those calm and cosy vibes and take some much needed Me Time. First up as part of the collection, we have the brand new Sweet Dreams Retreat box... Sweet Dreams Retreat Gift Box In need of some rest and relaxation? Indulge in this at-home...

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  1. Look for kind news stories and your daily life There can be a lot of negativity in the media, but if you search it out there's a lot of kindness and happiness too. What we read can impact how we feel, and in turn how likely we are to share kindness and positivity with the world - my go-to source for joyous news is The Happy Newspaper. 2. Try a random act of kindness each day Research shows that helping others can be beneficial to our own mental health. It can reduce stress, improve our emotional wellbeing and even benefit...

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 Our new self-love and acceptance course is now live! Click here to find out more. Join yoga and meditation teacher Alice in this journey of self-love and learning to accept yourself exactly as you are. In a world of constant comparison and seeing other people's 'perfect lives' on social media, it can be easy to fall into the trap of not feeling 'enough', putting ourselves down and not showing ourselves enough love. But the truth is, EVERYONE is worthy of self-love and acceptance. A quick overview... The new course includes: - 3 x Yoga Classes - 4 x Meditation &...

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There’s a lot of research to support the role nature can play in protecting and supporting our mental health. For many of us though, 'being in nature’ may not be as easy as it sounds. The good news is, you don’t have to climb a mountain to feel the benefit – there are lots of simple ways to bring nature into your every day life. Find out more here

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