Yesterday was the World Suicide Prevention Day – in the UK and around the globe.
The Cheltenham Wellbeing Festival 2020 goes virtual! Now in its second year, organisers Alex and Lottie have taken the event online, hosting talks and workshops exploring wellbeing, and ensuring the door is still open to have important conversations about health and wellness.
Interview with Jamie Love – LGBTQ+ wellbeing online.
Jamie Love is an international model, host and educator who believes that acceptance is the key to remedying LGBT issues around the world. Jamie is the Marketing Director and Executive Producer for Pride Edinburgh – he has been working with Pride for over five years. His marketing agency, Monumental Marketing, is one of Pride Edinburgh’s main sponsors. Jamie has also been a radio host on global online LGBT radio, Xpress Radio.
There are a few ways you can protect yourself from fake news and misinformation – here are few tips.
How do we tell if a brand is ethical or even more than that: actually kind?
2020 is challenging indeed, but if we all start reflecting, looking deeper under the surface of our individual experiences, biases and systems, I am sure we will find a way to move gently but steadily towards individual and collective change.
Check out our interview with Dr Dominique Thompson – a GP, young people’s mental health expert, TEDx speaker, author and educator.
Many of my clients ask me about more critical view, facts and trusted research about the digital wellbeing of young people so today I would like to share a quick few notes…
…and reflecting on kindness. It’s lovely that the theme of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week was kindness – we need it so much at the moment. I sense that kindness is finally becoming fashionable, which is a good thing. Especially as we reconnect with our selves, our families and homes and our local communities. And as we unite globally in those challenging times of the pandemic. Being kind is …
I would like to recommend a virtual conference I have attended over the weekend because it is a prime example of how to get a virtual event right.