The Mind Yourself Podcast
The Mind Yourself Podcast
About The Mind Yourself Podcast
This week on the podcast, Jaz and Laura are joined by Spun Out.ie's Kiki. The news can be very overwhelming at times, especially when it feels like all of the things happening around us are particularly negative. Kiki shares her tips on how to control our news consumption when it all gets a bit too much.
This week on the podcast, Jaz and Laura are joined by Spun Out.ie's Sinead. The past twelve months have been very hard on everyone. We've been in and out of lockdown, adjusted to working from home and have been separated from friends and family. With all of that comes a great deal of stress and it's so important to remember to look after ourselves. Sinead is here to share her tips on how to incorporate self care into even the busiest of days.
This week on the podcast, Jaz and Laura are joined by Spun Out.ie's Rebekah. Summer is fast approaching. It's the time most of us have looked forward to all year. Hairdressers and salons are reopening. Outdoor dining is returning and we can all pack our bags and head off on staycations around Ireland - hooray! However, many people are finding adjusting to life after lockdown a little bit difficult. Rebekah shares her tips on how to slowly but surely get back to socialising, all while taking things in your stride.
This week on the podcast, Jaz and Laura are joined by Spun Out.ie's Hannah. Nowadays, our phones are an extension of our arms and most days we scroll mindlessly through social media. Often, we can feel drained and unmotivated after spending long hours on our phones and can sometimes feel the need to take a break. Hannah explains how to use social media for good and shares useful ways to find a healthy balance between staying in the loop and taking a breather.
This week on the podcast, Jaz and Laura are joined by Spun Out.ie's Kiki Martire. In this episode, they discuss how to get better at goal setting. Kiki shares her tips and tricks and demystifies the perception around setting goals. By the end of this one, you'll feel like you can achieve anything!
This week on the podcast, Jaz and Laura are joined by Spun Out.ie's Content Editor, Rebekah Connolly. Breaks are a very important contributing factor when it comes to productivity in the workplace. It's vital to remember to schedule regular water, coffee and snack breaks during the day in order to function properly. Rebekah explains how easy it can be to incorporate breaks into our day and how to remind ourselves to do so.
This week on the podcast, Jaz and Laura are joined by Spun Out.ie's Jack Deacon. In this episode, they discuss how the past twelve months and restrictions have affected our mental health. Jack shares healthy habits that we can all incorporate into our daily lives and gives advice on what to do if we're going through a period of negative thinking.
This week on the podcast, Jaz and Laura are joined by Spun Out.ie's Kiki Martire. With the country still in lockdown and many of us working from home with no end-date in sight it's no wonder many are feeling like they are stuck in a rut. Kiki explains how to identify when you're in a rut, what do to to help overcome those emotions and details the benefits of journaling and checking in on yourself regularly.
This week, CEO of Spun Out.ie Ian Power joins Jaz and Laura to talk all things Christmas. They talk about going home for the holidays - how to deal with family, wind down to take a good break and how to mind your mental health after what has been a manic year.
We know what smoking has very serious negative effects on our health, but it can also cause problems when you are the one that doesn't smoke. In social settings you can be left alone when your friends go out for a smoke together, or at home if people in your household smoke around you. Jack from SpunOut.ie has some tips & advice for addressing these difficult situations.
Moving back home to your parents' house can be tricky, especially if you've lived away from home for a while and are used to your own freedom. This week on the pod, Jaz and Laura chat to Jack from Spun Out about living under Mum & Dad's roof again.
With the clocks going back at the weekend, it means that the days are getting shorter and winter is fast approaching. Jack from Spun Out.ie talks Seasonal Affective Disorder and shares tips for minding yourself during the dark winter months.
Ian Power, CEO of SpunOut.ie is back with Jaz & Laura to talk about all things heading to college. A time that comes with a lot of change and independence can present some challenges along the way, and Ian talks through everything from finding accommodation to cooking for yourself for the first time.