Reframing lockdown: 5 positive changes

The pandemic has affected all of us, in ways both seismic and small. But – taking an optimistic view – it’s not all bad.  Out of something so catastrophic, we have also seen the best out of [...]

The Ripple Effects of Redundancy on Organisational Wellbeing

One of the most concerning statistics we’ve seen in the last few weeks is that almost half (49%) of all professional workers are now ‘deeply’ fearful about their job security. Often this is not [...]

The wfh Playlist

Now that we are once again being encouraged to work from home (or perhaps you never left your kitchen table) we’ve designed a playlist to help you retain concentration and create a sense of calm [...]

Join our team…

We’re looking for a marketing executive to join our small team here at Luminate. We’re looking for someone who is passionate about wellbeing and has some fun and exciting ideas to bring to the [...]

Looking after your wellbeing whilst working from home

Some people will be well-adjusted to working from home, but for others this will be a new experience. Expect there to be a bedding-in period, of finding your feet and getting used to this new [...]

Why your new year diet could be bad for your mental health

January is the month of new beginnings, new resolutions and often new diets. Maybe this January it’s the Paleo diet, the Alkaline diet or even a plant-based diet. It could be a promise to cut out [...]

The pros and cons of Mental Health First Aid training

We are increasingly being asked for Mental Health First Aid training and whilst it’s wonderful that businesses are looking to engage in some kind of wellbeing activity, we also need to be aware [...]

But mindfulness didn’t ‘work’ for me…

I decided to write this post after reading an article in a national newspaper by a journalist who describes how she tried to fit in 5 minutes of mindfulness a day using an app but it made her [...]

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