A Conversation About My Top Recommended Resources
How are you feeling this week?
What have been your biggest wins?
What hasn't gone so well? What lessons have you taken away from these experiences? Are you ready to let them go now?
Today, I am going to share my top recommended resources… Including some great apps and podcasts!
Firstly, have you ever used Scribd?
Do you love to read, or are you a parent who finds audiobooks more accessible?
Either way, Scribd is exactly what you need.
Featuring lots of great parenting books, useful articles, interesting audiobooks and “snapshots” of books we just don’t have time to get through, for just under £10 each month, it’s a no-brainer…
Check it out here.
My second recommendation is just as useful!
Have you ever practiced meditation? I truly believe it can be really useful tool for children and adults.
Would you like an app that can help you get started?
Insight Timer is a one-stop-shop for all things meditation-related… And its’ free version has everything you’ll need!
From a 7-day beginners course, to children’s sleeping meditations, it a brilliant app that I recommend to clients often.
Take a look here.
Next is a recommendation for women and girls everywhere!
Clue is so much more than just a period tracking app...
Hormones play a huge part in how we feel, our ability to learn and grow, our energy… And so much more! Tracking your whole cycle regularly can help you to plan projects based on when you’re generally most productive, monitor your mood and know when your period is about to begin…
Find out more here.
To end this post, I wanted to share one of my favourite podcasts!
The Savvy Psychologist’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Mental Health is ace for those who want to learn more about how to take care of their mental health.
Meet life’s challenges with evidence-based research, a sympathetic ear, and zero judgment. Savvy Psychologist uses the best of psychology to help you be happier, healthier, and most importantly, yourself. Oh, and it’s really easy to digest and understand!
Here's the link.
And... That's it from me for another week!
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Abby and the HappiMe Team x