Many a trip continues long after movement in time and space have ceased.
So says author, John Steinbeck.
But no-one wants the memory of their road trip to manifest as aches and pains from sitting to long in the car or bus or taxi.
Here is some advice to avoid discomfort after a long road trip:
I was going to post something on sunburn today but this morning I woke up to a gentle rain outside and I changed my mind.
In the winter rainfall region of the Western Cape, in December and in a time when we have severe water restrictions, rain is the ultimate gift for the dry and windswept garden.
So rather than writing about sunburn, I decided to celebrate the miracle of water instead.
I thought I would share some facts about the role of water in our body-brain-minds.
Low levels of productivity and efficiency can threaten the sustainability and survival of your business.
One way of dealing with it is to increase productivity which should help your company’s revenue to grow.
But here is another: massage can improve your business’ bottom-line:
Your health is your business. Do you treat it as such?
Have you set strategic objectives and key performance indicators or KPIs to maintain and improve your own health and wellness?
Wouldn’t we all like to go for a massage every day.
But most of us have neither the time nor the resources for that level of self-investment.
So I thought I would give you a few tips for those times in between massage appointments when the strains and stresses of the day weigh you down.
Here are eight self-massage tips to help you help yourself.
I am Erika Kruger, self-care skills trainer & mentor. I am here for every person who realises that their wellbeing is THEIR business.