Kerrilee Beaumont’s morning walks initially started as just exercise for the dog when she rescued her from a shelter several years ago, but have become an integral part of her everyday life. Here, she shares what she gains from getting out of bed early in the morning and embedding walking into her routine.
Charlotte Forwood, Director of Learning Design and Development at Camberwell Girls Grammar School in Victoria has penned a review of British comedian, musician, actor and presenter Bill Bailey’s latest book, Bill Bailey’s Remarkable Guide to Happiness.
Depression is more than just a low mood – it's a serious condition that affects your physical and mental health. Dr Grant Blashki, a practicing GP and Lead Clinical Advisor at Beyond Blue, discusses what it feels like for the person experiencing depression, how prevalent it is in society, and how to start a conversation that could save a life.
After receiving a diagnosis of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Kim Brady spent the next six years focusing on her recovery and has been able to return to full-time teaching. In her own words, Kim shares how she overcame her challenges and learned what it takes to be a well person, and a well teacher.
Sleep is essential for your health – it refreshes the mind and repairs the body. But how much sleep do you need to thrive? And, what can you do to ensure you get a good night’s rest? We ask Dr Kathleen Maddison, a Research Fellow and Lecturer at the Centre for Sleep Science at the University of Western Australia, these key questions.
Since we launched Wellbeing by Teacher late last year, we’ve had lots of readers express interest in contributing to the magazine. To help you get started, we’ve put together this handy guide on how to get your submission published.
Food has been used throughout history in both the prevention and treatment of diseases. In today’s article, University of Queensland’s Professor Helen Truby discusses food as medicine, the curative properties of food, and shares advice for educators looking to use food to care for their overall health.
Tim Campbell, a Mathematics Learning Specialist at Antonio Park Primary School in Victoria, shares some of the reasons why he’s been riding his bike to work for the past 15 years, and tips on how to find the best bike paths to avoid riding alongside cars.
Yoga is an ancient practice and meditation, focused around a group of physical, mental, and spiritual disciplines. Dr Marc Cohen has been studying integrative and holistic medicine for decades. In today’s article he discusses why yoga improves your health and lifestyle choices, and shares tips to get started.
What is mindfulness? And, what impact does practicing mindfulness have on our physical and mental health? In today’s article we speak to Dr Addie Wootten, a clinical psychologist and CEO of Smiling Mind, to find out more.