WellBeing Magazine - Issue 206
WellBeing Magazine - Issue 206
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WellBeing Magazine is the authoritative resource on natural health and living for clever, compassionate, curious people who’re seeking an authentic and soulful way of life. Through its informative, practical articles on ethical living, wholefood cooking, environmental affairs, alternative therapies, natural health and yoga, WellBeing has been inspiring and educating for more than 30 years.
At WellBeing, we get that life isn’t just about surviving — it’s also a series of choices about who you want to be and the world you hope to live in.
Cat Jones: Close to nature
Scratch the surface into her childhood, and it’s easy to see where artist Cat Jones’ inspiration and influence for her work stems.
SPECIAL REPORT: Respiratory recovery
Australian's airways have been sorely tested with bushfires, viruses and wet weather mould over recent years. As many suffer the aftermath of these airway assaults, it's helpful to consider natural routes to recovery.
The power of self-compassion
While undoing a lifetime of beliefs can be challenging, it is possible to learn to become more self-compassionate. Discover how to develop a healthier and happier relationship with yourself.
Cooking with medicinal mushrooms
Are you curious about medicinal mushrooms? Not sure how to prepare or cook with them? Here we look at the health benefits of seven medicinal mushrooms and the many ways you can incorporate them in your cooking.
Swearing and profanity have been around since humans realised what could be done with a low-slung larynx and a mobile epiglottis. By its nature swearing makes us uncomfortable, but it has some positive psychological and physical effects at the same time, acting like a verbal horoscope revealing a lot about your personality.
The secret to self-regulation
Research shows that people who are effective at achieving their goals don't rely on willpower to resist temptations. They are better at self-regulation. Here, you'll discover the secret to lasting behaviour change.
Natalie Isaacs - collective action
Spend 10 minutes with our Paradigm Shifters, the people who are shaping the ideas that will take us into the future. Meet Natalie Isaacs, founder and CEO of 1 Million Women, a global movement of women and girls taking action on climate change by altering the way they live.
Swap burnout for balance
Why has society led us to believe that working ourselves into the ground is something to wear as a gold medal? It’s time to stop the too-often celebrated endless hustle that perpetuates burnout culture and replace it with balance and self-care. As it turns out, they are the greater accomplices to success at the end of the day.
How to be a beauty detective
With so many beauty brands out there, it’s important to see through the marketing blather to discover the truth. Learn the six nasty ingredients to avoid, what greenwashing” means, how to read labels and how to choose clean skincare.
Antioxidants in veterinary cancer care
Sadly, integrative care for cats and dogs with cancer makes up a large proportion of the caseload of holistic vets. Pet parents seek alternatives to conventional care, or maybe want to help their pets through toxic treatments like surgery, chemotherapy or radiation. Many of our pet patients have specialist oncologist care and general practice care, as well as holistic care vets.
While the kettle boils
Often it's the simplest solutions that stick, and when it comes to mindfulness, simplicity is key. You don't need to fly off to a silent retreat to find zen- you can do it while the kettle boils. Here, Charlie Hale shares some basic tools that can make dealing with anxieties much easier. All you need is 60 seconds.
An amazing plant that is highly undervalued these days, historically chickweed has been grown as a vegetable crop for humans as well as poultry hence the name) and sheep. It has also been valued as a powerful medicinal plant known for its cooling properties, reducing inflammation.
Rejoicing in the success of others has had many names across time and cultures. It’s referred to by contemporary social researchers as freudenfreude, inspired by freude, the German word for joy’, while for Buddhists it’s mudita. Regardless of what we call it, relishing the success of others is crucial for strengthening your relationships and for bringing more happiness and contentedness to yout life.
The life-changing power of rising early
There are multiple benefits to be gained by getting out of bed early. Mounting research suggests the early bird catches the worm and more.
7 ways to talk about sex
Things have changed dramatically since children were given talks about \"the birds and the bees\". Navigating teaching our children about sex and their own sexuality in this ever-changing world can be a challenge for parents. Here, we look at having the \"chat\" with an open heart and mind.
Creating a clever and calm kitchen
What do a grain cooker, blender and air fryer all have in common? They are kitchen saviours when it comes to getting little mouths fed quickly. Simply add a coffee machine which ensures parents are adequately caffeinated for the inevitable crazy that’s about to come and you've created a happy kitchen experience for all.
Sustain nature to experience wellness
We speak to Chalimah Jeanne, naturopath and founder of Organic Merchant, and find out more about their \"earth to earth\" sustainability model.
How to keep your house plants alive
Confession time. Do you believe you are a brown-thumbed gardener, liable to kill your houseplants within a year? Welcome to the club, a club that houses 99.99 per cent of humans.
Nigella black cumin) has been used medicinally for thousands of years, and modern research shows that it supports cardiovascular, immune and digestive function.
Yoga for imposter syndrome
Have you ever felt like a fraud? Like the accolades you've received aren't really warranted? Like everyone else is the real deal but you are phony? What you're experiencing is a classic case of imposter syndrome and here’s what to do about it.
Yoga for staying calm
Learning to stay present during life's inevitable storms can lead to invaluable lessons of acceptance and growth.
5 pointers for peaceful periods
Periods can be a bloody pain, but you can breeze through the monthly menses with therapeutic food, herbs and supplements.
Take a walk on the wild side
Hiking, trekking and bushwalking have become a go-to pastime for many. Discover the many ways hiking benefits your mind, body and spirit, the magic of connecting with nature and what you need to get started.
Party of one
Some people leapfrog from relationship to relationship, settling for someone who isn't right for them because of the fear of being alone instead of taking the time to find out who they really are. Being single should be as validated and respected by society as coupledom is, but it's not always the case. Explore the unexpected joys of being single and discover positive ways to find meaning and peace in being single.
Lessons in love
Science says self-love is a superpower, so why aren't more of us practising it?
8 healthy wholegrains you should be eating
Whole grains can be a nourishing food for the fibre they offer but also their rich nutrient profiles. The challenge can be how to get those grains into your diet in delicious ways. In this article we look at grains such as quinoa, oats, whole wheat, buckwheat, rye, brown rice, barley and bulgar wheat to see how you can make them part of your recipe roundup.
How to embrace seasonal beauty
With the cyclical passing of spring, summer, autumn and winter, the needs of our beauty routine also change. Here's how to season-sync your skincare and make-up for inside-out radiance all year round.
Menopause maximise the change
Menopause is a normal and natural part of the ageing process for women, often referred to as the \"change of life\". The changes and symptoms are real, but using natural measures to ease the negative effects can make this a time of positivity and opportunity.
Forget the trends
It's easy to be dazzled by the latest design trends, but authentically following your heart is the most rewarding way to decorate your home. Read on as interior design experts uncover the meaning of trends and share tips on discovering your personal style.
7 ways to motivate children
One of the most important ways to guide your child is through connecting their school and home learning experiences. The exploration of activities can allow for essential skill development as well as enjoyment.
WellBeing Magazine Description:
Publisher: Universal Magazines
WellBeing is the World’s leading journal of natural health and living. A refreshingly intelligent reading experience, WellBeing offers inspiration for a way of life that is authentic and soulful. Reportage reviews the latest developments (or revived ancient practices) in natural living, and in-depth articles both challenge and inspire pragmatic action in the real-world balance of work, life, family and community. WellBeing reaches an increasingly sophisticated audience of citizens of the global village.
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