Hi there, it’s Selina here, with a fresh new podcast to kick off your week!
I invited Kim Murray, founder of Happy Heads, into the Project Love studio so that she could share her beautiful story of transformation, that began with burn out and panic attacks brought on by a highly stressful period at work and had her going on a journey that not only brought her health back and left her feeling happier than ever before, but it also lead to her changing career and starting Happy Heads where she now teaches adults and children simple mindful tools to help them live happier, calmer and stress-free lives.
And people have been raving about her work - from helping children who have suffered bereavement, to stressed-out adults, to her new urban retreats in London.
So as well as hearing her story, we spent time talking about why, in a digital age, we all have to learn to be proactive about keeping our minds healthy and how we can do that. Kim shares some wonderfully simple but effective tips and tools on how to practice mindfulness and weave little moments of meditation into your day to day, particularly if (like me) you know you should meditate, but you just don’t seem to get round to doing it.
Her tools and guidance on mental fitness in a digital age honestly have been a real game changer for me.
So I cannot wait for you to listen to Kim’s inspiring story and to hear her tips on how to keep mentally fit, happy and healthy, in a digital age.
Click the orange play button at the top of the page or head over to itunes and listen to it there.
I hope this gives a lovely uplifting start to your week!
And Kim's next one day Happy Heads urban retreat is on Saturday 14th October, spaces are limited so email email@example.com if you're interested and she’ll give you information on how to book.
Lots of love,
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