We all have days where we wake up feeling like we’ve not been to sleep but need to be on form for an important meeting; when you’ve had a killer day at work but need to plaster on a smile for parents’ evening; when you’re exhausted and just want a weekend off but your presence is required, doing the "right" thing.  

We’re living in a world that never stops. Meetings run later; conference calls take place in the evening or before breakfast; work functions go on into the night. Meanwhile we still have a family to care for, bills to pay and pets to take to the vet. It can feel like home life and work life both require one hundred percent of our attention, and it’s easy to feel bogged down and overwhelmed.

Stop for a moment. Take a deep breath. Reset your brain before moving on to the next meeting, the next commute, the next school sports day. Your body will thank you; your mind will thank you; the people around you will thank you.