Tag: psychology

Lifestyle, WellBeing

Hot Tea Turns Three!

Hi Friends, Today, Hot Tea Turns Three! I can hardly believe it was exactly three years ago that I was sitting in that coffee house in Amherst, Massachusetts, where I wrote my very first blog entry for Hot Tea Travel & Thyme.  A lot has happened since then, including three around the world […]

Lifestyle, WellBeing

Summer 2016 Update

What is coming up in the near future for Hot Tea Travel & Thyme? Christmas in Australia (our first in four years), our big move to the UK over the New Year, and more. What are you looking forward to over the next six months? Any favourite holidays, adventures, travels, or celebrations?

WellBeing

Accepting Imperfection

You are not perfect and you are enough.   Guest post by Doctor Erika Penney (Clinical Psychology) Have you ever sat with a close friend, partner, or child who is struggling with feeling that they are ‘enough’ and you wish they could see themselves the way you see them? You […]

WellBeing

Life Balance

Hi everyone, Finding balance can be a difficult thing to achieve at different stages of our lives. Whether we are studying full time at university, working in a full time job, or juggling many roles such as paid work, volunteer work, housework, social lives, study, family, relationships, and parenting (as so many […]

Lifestyle

About Me

I’m Bridget, creator of Hot Tea, Travel, and Thyme – a lifestyle, food, fitness, and travel blog.   Music was my number one pursuit for the first 30 years of my life, but after dealing with some repetitive strain injury issues while living life as a classical musician, I decided […]