By: Third Space, City Bible Forum
I love watching the Slow Mo Guys on YouTube. There is something so appealing about watching destruction at 28,500 frames per second. They spin an apple faster and faster until they find the apple’s ‘nope-speed’ of 6565 RPM and it disintegrates into fruit salad. Your eyes are glued to the screen as the apple spins towards inevitable destruction.
Continue reading “‘Nope Speed’ – Moving So Fast That You Fall Apart… Sound Familiar?”
By: Collett Smart
A shortage of healthy touch can have detrimental effects on our health and wellbeing, even leading to psychologically damaging effects.
Continue reading “The Importance of Touch in Raising Teens – Tips for Parents”
A major event like a pandemic can cause a reassessment of life. From relationships to work and even where people live. As a result of extended lockdowns, people have realised that a slower pace of life and return to a simpler life is desirable. Continue reading “The Renewed Search For Meaning”
Over the last few years, wellbeing has risen to the top of the agenda. It’s one of the key challenges and opportunities that our society faces. In any given week, we spend more than a third of our waking hours at work – so it’s the place that we most need to get wellbeing right. Continue reading “Wellbeing in the Work-From-Home Era”
In recent years, wellbeing has become a key focus in society. The most well-known aspect of personal wellbeing is physical health, and children have been taught about it for years, with physical education taught in most schools across Australia. Continue reading “Generation Alpha and Physical Wellbeing”
By: Sheridan Voysey
One afternoon in March 2020, feeling overwhelmed at the news I was hearing about a virus called Covid-19, I took a moment to do what I often do in times of stress – journal. Continue reading “The Breath Prayer”
By: Dr Justin Coulson
It’s provocative, and I know some people won’t like what I’m about to say, but I’m going to say it: …Mindfulness doesn’t work for everyone. Continue reading “The Batman Effect”
In 2020, we wrote a book called Work Wellbeing: Leading thriving teams in rapidly changing times. This book was written to help people understand the important role work plays in our life, and how it can be a contributor to, rather than a detractor from our overall wellbeing Continue reading “What is Work Wellbeing?”
By: Amy Cheng
Regional and rural primary schools are being given extra resources by the Australian Government to support mental health. Continue reading “Mindfulness a Priority for Federal Government in Improving Mental Health of Youth”