Thank you so much for visiting Wellbeing Living. I know you will find inspiration here to start or continue your own wellbeing journey.
My own wellbeing journey began many years ago.
I just didn’t recognise some of the decisions I was making at the time were leading me towards wellbeing. I was tired and lethargic, blaming circumstances and others for my lack of energy.
Working long hours to “over achieve” but feeling guilty as a working Mother not being a home with my children. The doubts about the career choices started creeping in and made me feel I wasn’t worthy of the two beautiful children I had created. Added to this was the pressure of juggling a successful business with the demands of home and family life.
I had spent over 25 years in the highly-pressurised executive search and recruitment sector – including 15 years running my own business. By the time I reached 50, I realised I had forfeited much of my own wellbeing to achieve my career aspirations.
And then there were those which I have found bring the greatest benefits and joy to me and my family.
This has led me to understand that my personal wellbeing and the family’s wellness is my top priority, and that living a toxin free life is our everyday challenge.
As a family, we have embraced the concept of zero waste and we are working towards waste prevention, where all products are reused. No landfills, no incineration and to prevent any waste entering our precious oceans. So we are learning about “going green”, creating a plastic free environment and our family goal is a sustainable life. We all love challenges!
Having embraced changes in my own and my family’s lives, this is now my passion and I am fortunate enough to call this my new “career”.
So, my life is about education – as a wellness advocate, I have a clear sense of purpose – wellbeing is for everyone – teaching, supporting and helping others achieve greater balance in their own lives by introducing and using natural products and holistic therapies.
My daily mantra is like, love, learn and share – naturally of course.
– Kate Bunney