10th October, 2021

Mental Health Tool Box | Leadership

At Healthy Hospo, our job is to equipped staff with the tools they need to prevent them from getting them to a bad place in the first place. ⁠

To achieve this, hospitality leaders must priortise the health and wellbeing of their team, as well as theirselves.⁠

That's why we’ve put together a Mental Health Tool Kit to help hospitality leaders look after their team! This week we're focusing on leadership. ⁠

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23rd August, 2021

Your Worth Is Much More Than A To-Do List

Has humanity got itself to a point where we are so hyper-focused on being productive that, even when we’re supposed to be taking time-out, we cannot help but to micro-manage that too?

In this weeks article, Healthy Hospo's digital marketing manager Lydia delves into her turbulent relationship with to-do lists, the implications they can have on our health, and why we might be so hyper-focused on them.

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19th May, 2021

Alcoholism In Hospitality & How I Went From Bartender To Personal Trainer

In this weeks article, now personal trainer, Stuart Ritchie, opens up about his experiences with alcohol in hospitality. ⁠

He gives some words of wisdom to help us over-come these difficulties and how to stay healthy while working in Hospo.⁠

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22nd October, 2020

Help yourself - Help others

I've been feeling a bit unusual the last few days. I know it's a lot of anxiety attributed to this pandemic. I also feel as though not all of it belongs to me. I'm worried for people I don't even know and it sits in my stomach like a little ball of dread. Winters can be strange. I find in January and February that my mood can get quite low. I imagine the added dreariness of a pandemic might magnify this experience, but I know I have the right people in my corner to help me through. 'Right' being the operative word as it leads me to something I've been thinking about as I scroll through a news feed full of wonderful advice and offerings of support.

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28th August, 2020

Checking the rear view mirror

I’ve lived with severe depression for over 20 years. It has been, and always will be, a lifelong battle.

One of the problems with mental health is that you don’t always realise that you’re ill until it’s got really bad, like having a cold that you didn’t realise was there until you start bubbling snot at every breath.

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