Coaching & Nature

Coaching & Nature

Be honest: How much time do you spend staring at a screen each day? Our increasing reliance on technology means many of us are spending ever less time outdoors—even as we have shown this week that scientists are compiling enormous evidence of the value of getting out...
Digital nature as proxy for real nature

Digital nature as proxy for real nature

A large body of research exists on the psychological and physiological benefits of interaction with nature. However, getting out in nature isn’t always viable. Digital nature which allows us to experience nature in a simulated environment can provide a practical and...
A solution to virtual meeting fatigue

A solution to virtual meeting fatigue

A new study from Microsoft’s Human Factors Lab explains why back-to-back virtual meetings drain us and how important a short 10 minute break can be to alleviate build-up of stress. The study compared the brainwaves of 14 participants who attended 4 x 30 minute...
Natures Cure in 120 minutes a week

Natures Cure in 120 minutes a week

How do you feel when you’re out in nature? Whether it’s a walk in a city park, or out in the countryside, rain, or shine. How does your whole being feel? How long does it take to get a dose of nature high enough to make people say they feel healthy and have a strong...
#NotJustOneDay

#NotJustOneDay

This Monday is International Women’s Day and social media will be awash with posts showcasing amazing women and talking about how important this day is. Whilst IWD is an important date in the calendar, the other 364 days of the year also need to live up to the good...

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