What If Everybody Ran

The recent running boom could help many people live longer, healthier, happier lives. Just put one foot in front of the other and find out for yourself. A side effect of Covid-19 that stirs up my interest in the fitness boom and in particular the running boom. According to a study from researchers and reviewers atContinue reading “What If Everybody Ran”

What Do you Need?

As we’ve stripped back our lives during Lockdown, many of us are left asking — what do we really need to feel happy and healthy? First published on Medium – follow me there @FBugler for more stories Today I was inspired once again by Chris Evans on the radio. For those who don’t know — I’mContinue reading “What Do you Need?”

Wellbeing at Work after Covid-19

Wellbeing and public health are under the microscope, but money is tight, and there are new problems to solve. The Zone’s Editor, Fiona Bugler, spoke to two leaders in Human Resources about what wellbeing means to them and what the future holds? The UN has set out a series of goals to help make theContinue reading “Wellbeing at Work after Covid-19”

The Acceleration of Wellness Programmes

In our new reality wellbeing will remain top of the agenda. Up until March 2020, wellbeing had established itself as a growing multi-million pound industry. Wellness was reported to be worth up to £2.8 trillion worldwide, according to the Global Wellness Institute. And workplace wellness programmes had blossomed into an industry worth more than £31 billionContinue reading “The Acceleration of Wellness Programmes”

What does Well-being mean for you?

And should it now be a priority at home and at work? The UN has set out a series of goals to help make the world a better place. Goal three is about promoting well-being for all ages. What does it mean to you — and in your world. I’m writing a feature and aContinue reading “What does Well-being mean for you?”

Stick With Your New Exercise Routine: The 3 Big Whys

This article was first published on Medium by The Zone’s Editor, Fiona Bugler – Find and follow, clap, share: https://medium.com/@FBugler Yesterday we looked at how to keep your new love of exercise going. Here’s a reminder of the why… In the UK the weather has changed today, and lockdown could be coming to an end…Continue reading “Stick With Your New Exercise Routine: The 3 Big Whys”

NOW is the time to focus on wellbeing at work

This article was first published on Medium by The Zone’s Editor, Fiona Bugler – Find and follow, clap, share: https://medium.com/@FBugler Wellbeing at work isn’t a box to tick, it’s about putting people first, it’s about re-defining our bottom line. Here in the UK, yesterday’s Sunday Times, featured Humphrey Cobbold, the boss of Pure Gym’s, ‘Diary ofContinue reading “NOW is the time to focus on wellbeing at work”

The Why Behind Giving

This article was first published on Medium by The Zone’s Editor, Fiona Bugler – Find and follow, clap, share: https://medium.com/@FBugler There’s an art to giving. Being a ‘do-gooder’ is a great thing but only when it’s done for the giving not the getting. I was brought up a Catholic, so the belief that giving backContinue reading “The Why Behind Giving”

It’s time to rejoin the community of life

This article was first published on Medium by The Zone’s Editor, Fiona Bugler – Find and follow, clap, share: https://medium.com/@FBugler Last night I wrote about how good we humans are at adapting to change and how we’ve found ways to address some of our basic human needs including, connection. This morning, I’ve switched on Chris Evans andContinue reading “It’s time to rejoin the community of life”

Adaptable Humans

This article was first published on Medium by The Zone’s Editor, Fiona Bugler – Find and follow, clap, share: https://medium.com/@FBugler A lesson from Covid is that we humans know how to adapt. An article published in Smithsonian Magazine explains: ‘adaptability might be THE defining characteristic of our broader genus, Homo. According to (new) research published in Science, the ability of earlyContinue reading “Adaptable Humans”