mental health & wellbeing
At Found & Flourish, we’re passionate about supporting the whole you – not just on the business side of things. In the past, we’ve run workshops and events covering everything from fertility issues to pleasure and productivity. We’re especially keen on supporting your mental health, too.
That’s why we’ve created this page, dedicated to all things wellbeing from fertility and mental health to hormones and pilates.
Expect new content to be added regularly.
We’re at the mid-point of the year and it’s time to take stock of your year. Use this guide to give your finances, your services, content and systems a mid-year check in!
After two years of chaos, just as we thought things were quieting down, it seems the turbulence is back. The rising cost of living, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and political tension means we’re all on edge, wary of an impending crisis.
Entrepreneurship is a lonely pursuit. Many of us are working from home in teams of one, wearing multiple hats and wishing we had a partner in crime with whom to share the highs and lows of our journey
A virtual working environment needs to be not just functional, but a space where everyone feels connected and empowered. It’s more important than ever to bring kindness and humanity into our working lives, so that everyone can bring their whole selves to the table.
It’s a weird time of year. We’re well past the New Year, New You energy (be honest, have you stuck to any of your resolutions?), and the school summer holiday is already on the horizon.
Ahh, entrepreneurship. So many of us start running our own businesses looking for freedom, greater work-life balance, and the chance to live a happier life.
No one likes a bragger, but self promotion doesn’t have to be in your face. Unfortunately, thanks to over-the-top ‘finance bros’ posting on LinkedIn every five minutes, promoting yourself has got something of a bad rap.
Self discovery — the process of learning more about yourself — is a hot topic of the moment
We’re all familiar with the benefits that swimming can have on the body, but have you ever considered moving away from the indoor pool and into open waters? It’s a habit that more and more people are getting involved with, for the mental and physical health benefits it can provide.
In order to run a sustainable business that keeps you inspired without running the risk of burnout, you’ll need to create and implement strong boundaries.
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