Tag Archives: Eve Menezes Cunningham

Avoiding overwhelm no matter what’s going on globally (Rapport July 2017)

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When I pitched and wrote this, I had a sneaking suspicion that it might still be topical when it ran. You can read the piece here – Rapport Resourcefulness Global Events 24

Thanks again, Marilyn Devonish, Mandy Muckalt and Linda Aspey.

What helps you when you feel overwhelmed by the news?

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love,

Eve

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On Phoenix FM talking to Karin Ridges about 365 Ways to Feel Better and becoming a vegan

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In spite of efforts to not post TOO many updates about becoming a vegan (and missing Wotsits) on social media, I’ve had a lot of support for my change in lifestyle on facebook etc. When my former BBC Essex Loud Woman and presenter of  Phoenix FM’s House of Fun asked me to talk to her about the early days, I was delighted. HERE‘s our interview in case you’d like to listen.

I really hope that my key message (that everyone knows what’s right for themselves) comes across. This feels good for me but y’all know your bodies best.

Which foods help you feel best?

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love,

Eve

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My book, 365 Ways to Feel Better, is out now!

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I haven’t received my advances yet (delay at publisher’s warehouse) but they kindly sent me a photo of the cover (above) and an inside page (below) so I know it’s OUT THERE.May30May17

Thanks so much to those of you who’ve already pre-ordered a copy. I hope you enjoy it. And I’ll be checking into the Facebook group (365 Ways to Feel Better: Self-care Ideas for Embodied Wellbeing) I’ve created for online support on a pretty much daily basis.

You can access the bonus videos (and I’ll be adding to the meditation audios) and more information here.

If you’re on Instagram and/or Twitter, using the #365waystofeelbetter hashtag will help me see your posts – I’d love to see how you’re getting on with it / where you’re reading it and welcome feedback and questions.

And, of course, feel free to comment below.

love,

Eve

 

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My work/life balance tips in for Huffington Post (published 5/9/16)

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Thanks Mary Common for including some of my work/balance tips in this piece and Veronica Amarelle for letting me know it’s out.

You can read the whole piece here.

How do you keep a good enough* work/life balance?

What signs let you know you need to prioritise one or the other for a while?

Feel free to share in the comments below.

love,

Eve

*perfection can feel like pressure as well as being impossible

 

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Outdoor yoga (my and other tips in Your Healthy Living)

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Click here to read the whole piece.

I’ve often practiced outside over the years. Mostly in the garden but sometimes, in more exotic locales.

We had outdoor classes in Spain many years ago (I was running the coaching element of some wellbeing retreats and really enjoyed the daily yoga and pilates overlooked by actual mountains and orange groves). And when I studied yoga in India*, that was outside, under the palm trees.

Last summer was my first time teaching outside (by the River Brain) and I’m still in awe of those students (seemingly) happily doing Lion alongside the River Walk.

What are your favourite outdoor yoga spaces?

What about asanas (poses?)

What about other outdoor exercise?

Top tips?

Feel free to share in the comments below.

love,

Eve

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*howling. Was in Goa and booked a private class. It was long before I ever considered becoming a yoga therapist myself but the idea of studying yoga in its birthplace tickled me

 

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My ‘become more of a morning person’ advice in today’s Sunday Express

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I just found out that some of my tips for becoming more of a morning person were in today’s Sunday Express.

You can click here to read the whole piece.

What helps you face each new day with a spring in your step?

Has your body clock changed over the years so you’re now more of a morning / night person?

Feel free to share below.

love,

Eve

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