I recently filled out a form on which I was asked to provide my job title. I flippantly wrote "juggler" and, after deliberating whether I should replace it with my formal job title, decided to leave it.
Most people I know are "jugglers", adeptly keeping balls up in the air while taking on more – all the time managing to make it look easy. But it isn't. Juggling the competing interests and priorities in life can take its toll and we need to learn how to recognise and manage this.
Whether it's work, relationships, family, getting healthy or other commitments, feeling 'off balance' can result and it's easy to lose track of what really matters, especially when it comes to looking after yourself.
Does this sound familiar? If so, why not take some time out to attend the Balance and Resilience Workshop which is being held on Wednesday 18 March 2015.
The Balance and Resilience Workshop is designed to help you become more resilient and do more of what makes you happy. The program is designed to help you to deal with those curve balls you're trying to keep up in the air. It will help you to bounce back when times are tough and to gain a greater understanding of what causes stress in your life.
The workshop is a hands on event aimed at providing you with practical strategies, tips and techniques to deal with stress not only in your own life, but to see the signs in others. You'll also have the opportunity to set goals and develop tools and resources to deal with the pressures of life.
Zoe Wooldridge, Psychologist specialising in wellbeing and resilience, will walk and talk you through the many ways that you can achieve greater balance in your life and help you to help yourself.
So, come along and bring some fellow jugglers with you. You deserve to take some time out for yourself and to leave with strategies that may just change your life.
This workshop has been organised by The Festival of Life and you can book your ticket(s) here.
For more information on the workshop and other events, take a look at The Festival of Life website.