WELLNESS INTERIOR DESIGN & LIFESTYLE CONSULTANCY

WELLNESS INTERIOR DESIGN & LIFESTYLE CONSULTANCY

WELLNESS INTERIOR DESIGN & LIFESTYLE CONSULTANCY

WELLNESS INTERIOR DESIGN & LIFESTYLE CONSULTANCY

WELLNESS INTERIOR DESIGN & LIFESTYLE CONSULTANCY

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Have you ever felt lonely at home or in the workplace despite being surrounded by people?

 Whilst we are now more “connected” than ever with the help of the internet and technology, it also keeps us apart from those living or working under the same roof, leading to a lack of connectedness or a sense of belonging to a group or community.

 Our need to connect with other human beings is in our DNA. We are wired for social connection. Since prehistoric times we have lived together in groups, benefiting from the protection, help, support, common identity and shared knowledge it provided. With increased globalisation, frequent job changes, physical distancing from family and friends, the progression of technology, hectic lifestyle and intense work schedules, the close support provided by these communities have disintegrated.

Have you ever felt lonely at home or in the workplace despite being surrounded by people?

 Whilst we are now more “connected” than ever with the help of the internet and technology, it also keeps us apart from those living or working under the same roof, leading to a lack of connectedness or a sense of belonging to a group or community.

 Our need to connect with other human beings is in our DNA. We are wired for social connection. Since prehistoric times we have lived together in groups, benefiting from the protection, help, support, common identity and shared knowledge it provided. With increased globalisation, frequent job changes, physical distancing from family and friends, the progression of technology, hectic lifestyle and intense work schedules, the close support provided by these communities have disintegrated.

Have you ever felt lonely at home or in the workplace despite being surrounded by people?

 Whilst we are now more “connected” than ever with the help of the internet and technology, it also keeps us apart from those living or working under the same roof, leading to a lack of connectedness or a sense of belonging to a group or community.

 Our need to connect with other human beings is in our DNA. We are wired for social connection. Since prehistoric times we have lived together in groups, benefiting from the protection, help, support, common identity and shared knowledge it provided. With increased globalisation, frequent job changes, physical distancing from family and friends, the progression of technology, hectic lifestyle and intense work schedules, the close support provided by these communities have disintegrated.

Have you ever felt lonely at home or in the workplace despite being surrounded by people?

 Whilst we are now more “connected” than ever with the help of the internet and technology, it also keeps us apart from those living or working under the same roof, leading to a lack of connectedness or a sense of belonging to a group or community.

 Our need to connect with other human beings is in our DNA. We are wired for social connection. Since prehistoric times we have lived together in groups, benefiting from the protection, help, support, common identity and shared knowledge it provided. With increased globalisation, frequent job changes, physical distancing from family and friends, the progression of technology, hectic lifestyle and intense work schedules, the close support provided by these communities have disintegrated.

Have you ever felt lonely at home or in the workplace despite being surrounded by people?

 Whilst we are now more “connected” than ever with the help of the internet and technology, it also keeps us apart from those living or working under the same roof, leading to a lack of connectedness or a sense of belonging to a group or community.

 Our need to connect with other human beings is in our DNA. We are wired for social connection.

Since prehistoric times we have lived together in groups, benefiting from the protection, help, support, common identity and shared knowledge it provided. 

With increased globalisation, frequent job changes, physical distancing from family and friends, the progression of technology, hectic lifestyle and intense work schedules, the close support provided by these communities have disintegrated.

Research shows that many adults feel more isolated and lonely than ever, with 6% (approximately 3.3 million people in England) chronically lonely often or always. Surprisingly those aged 16-29 are over two times as likely to report feeling lonely than those over 70 (9.7% VS 3.7%), with those aged between 30-49 close behind at 8.2%

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Research shows that many adults feel more isolated and lonely than ever, with 6% (approximately 3.3 million people in England) chronically lonely often or always. Surprisingly those aged 16-29 are over two times as likely to report feeling lonely than those over 70 (9.7% VS 3.7%), with those aged between 30-49 close behind at 8.2%

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Research shows that many adults feel more isolated and lonely than ever, with 6% (approximately 3.3 million people in England) chronically lonely often or always. Surprisingly those aged 16-29 are over two times as likely to report feeling lonely than those over 70 (9.7% VS 3.7%), with those aged between 30-49 close behind at 8.2%

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Research shows that many adults feel more isolated and lonely than ever, with 6% (approximately 3.3 million people in England) chronically lonely often or always. Surprisingly those aged 16-29 are over two times as likely to report feeling lonely than those over 70 (9.7% VS 3.7%), with those aged between 30-49 close behind at 8.2%

CAMPAIGNTOENDLONELINESS.ORG

Research shows that many adults feel more isolated and lonely than ever, with 6% (approximately 3.3 million people in England) chronically lonely often or always. Surprisingly those aged 16-29 are over two times as likely to report feeling lonely than those over 70 (9.7% VS 3.7%), with those aged between 30-49 close behind at 8.2%

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Loneliness has become the unspoken epidemic, and sadly loneliness and isolation create a reinforcing loop that makes meaningful social connection harder to achieve, slowly taking a toll on all aspects of our mental and physical well-being, which in turn negatively impacts our performance at work, our social lives and our ability to weather disruptions, setbacks and uncertainty.

 Medical science has been writing for years about the importance of social interactions as a critical component of health, happiness and longevity. Enhancing social connections in the home and workplace is crucial for fostering a positive and supportive environment. People who feel connected to others tend to experience better functioning physically, emotionally, and cognitively.

 Imagine how it would feel to have a home or workplace that actively supported and encouraged meaningful social interaction. For many this could be life-changing!

Creating opportunities for shared experiences is vital to strengthening social connections in both the home and workplace. It requires the involvement of the occupants in the design process, prioritising flexibility and adaptability of the space and fostering a sense of community through intentional efforts, considering both physical and psychological aspects of social connection.

I can help you create spaces that encourage collaboration and foster open communication using wellness interior design principles; if you want to know how reach out for a free 45-minute Wellness Interior Design & Lifestyle Strategy Session using the yellow BOOK NOW tab on the right.

Loneliness has become the unspoken epidemic, and sadly loneliness and isolation create a reinforcing loop that makes meaningful social connection harder to achieve, slowly taking a toll on all aspects of our mental and physical well-being, which in turn negatively impacts our performance at work, our social lives and our ability to weather disruptions, setbacks and uncertainty.

 Medical science has been writing for years about the importance of social interactions as a critical component of health, happiness and longevity.

Enhancing social connections in the home and workplace is crucial for fostering a positive and supportive environment.

People who feel connected to others tend to experience better functioning physically, emotionally, and cognitively.

 Imagine how it would feel to have a home or workplace that actively supported and encouraed meaningful social interaction. For many this could be completely lifechanging.

 Creating opportunities for shared experiences is vital to strengthening social connections in both the home and workplace.

It requires the involvement of the occupants in the design process, prioritising flexibility and adaptability of the space and fostering a sense of community through intentional efforts, considering both physical and psychological aspects of social connection.

I can help you create spaces that encourage collaboration and foster open communication using wellness interior design principles; if you want to know how reach out for a free 45-minute Wellness Interior Design & Lifestyle Strategy Session using the yellow BOOK NOW tab on the right.

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Visit our non-toxic wellness pillar to learn how wellness interior design can elevate wellness by transforming your home or work spaces for non-toxic living.

NON-TOXIC LIVING

NON-TOXIC LIVING

NON-TOXIC LIVING

NON-TOXIC LIVING

Visit our better nourishment pillar to learn how wellness interior design can elevate wellness by transforming your home or work spaces for better nourishment.

BETTER NOURISHMENT

BETTER NOURISHMENT

BETTER NOURISHMENT

BETTER NOURISHMENT

Visit our optimised movement pillar to learn how wellness interior design can elevate wellness by transforming your home or work spaces for optimised movement.

OPTIMISED MOVEMENT

OPTIMISED MOVEMENT

OPTIMISED MOVEMENT

OPTIMISED MOVEMENT

Visit our enhanced sleep wellness pillar to learn how wellness interior design can elevate wellness by transforming your home or work spaces for enhanced sleep.

ENHANCED SLEEP

ENHANCED SLEEP

ENHANCED SLEEP

ENHANCED SLEEP

Visit our superior comfort pillar to learn how wellness interior design can elevate wellness by transforming your home or work spaces for superior comfort.

SUPERIOR COMFORT

SUPERIOR COMFORT

SUPERIOR COMFORT

SUPERIOR COMFORT

Visit our mindful interiors pillar to learn how wellness interior design can elevate wellness by transforming your home or work spaces with mindful interiors.

MINDFUL INTERIORS

MINDFUL INTERIORS

MINDFUL INTERIORS

MINDFUL INTERIORS

Visit our biophilia pillar to learn how wellness interior design can elevate wellness by transforming your home or workspace with biophilia and an enhanced connection to nature.

BIOPHILIA

BIOPHILIA

BIOPHILIA

BIOPHILIA

Visit our future-proofing and longevity pillar to learn how wellness interior design can elevate wellness by transforming your home or work spaces for future-proofing and longevity.

FUTURE-PROOFING & LONGEVITY

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RICHER SOCIAL CONNECTION

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