Your Dashboard Tools

This is what your contributions dashboard will look like – we’re just finishing testing it.

- it's Monday, 6 February, 2023

Registration details

You can edit your basic registration details here. Remember your bio details are shown as author information on posts and articles.

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Your Contributor Details

This is a summary of the information you provided when you said you would provide content for our site.

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Contribution details

If you are interested in what we’re doing, then you can become part of it. If you’ve got something to say, or if you’ve got a strong point of view on any matter relevant to health, whether physical, financial or mental, then you might want to share that with our visitors.  It doesn’t matter whether it’s based on personal experience or years of training, we’re interested in hearing from you.

We only moderate content to avoid publishing things which are inflammatory or insulting. However, we don’t shirk taking on the accepted world view and / or the ‘giants of industry’.  See our moderation policy here.

You might be interested in writing articles or adding posts to our blog, and sharing your own points of view or experience.  You might want to use our portal for your own purposes, such as helping colleagues, associates or employees. You might want to use it for your own research or tests.

You haven’t created a contributor record yet; this is where you tell us more about yourself, including how you think you can contribute to our site.  

This is in two stages – enter some basic details on the form  below, then press Submit, creating your contributor template, where you will fill in more details. 

Below is a picture of the form you will normally complete – we’re just finishing testing everything.

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Health domains

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We break down the overall concept of health or wellness into ‘bite-sized chunks’ that we can actually do something about.  The first level we call health domains.

We like the Life of Wellness site and we have chosen the following domains.

1. Emotional Wellness: Awareness and acceptance of feelings
2. Spiritual Wellness: A search for meaning and purpose
3. Intellectual Wellness: Recognition of your creativity, knowledge and skills
4. Physical Wellness: Need for physical activity and balanced nutrition
5. Environmental Wellness: Positive awareness and impact on your environment
6. Financial Wellness: Debt reduction, cash flow balance or financial future planning
7. Occupational Wellness: Personal achievement and enrichment from your career
8. Social Wellness: Contribution to your community

wellness wheel

Health Areas

Within each domain, we have included a number of health areas. These are specific issues that you can tackle.  Within each health area, e.g. Depression, once you have subscribed we have built additional information and exercises which you can do to help in the area.

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See which domains you should address

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Having established that we use 8 domains, you need to understand which you should concentrate on.

The 8 are:

  • Emotional
  • Environmental
  • Financial
  • Intellectual
  • Occupational
  • Physical
  • Social
  • Spiritual

You can take a questionnaire, which scores you in each domain.  You can decide which domains you are strong in, and which you need to improve.

Another analysis shows which domains you should look at, but also which domains you want to look at.

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A Butterfly Life: 4 Keys to More Happiness, Better Health and Letting Your True Self Shine

Times of change can be a challenge, no doubt! Whether it’s a relationship breakup, job loss, or being diagnosed with a serious health issue. Or you may WANT things to be different, but it feels a little scary or overwhelming. The butterfly reminds us change can be beautiful, even necessary, in order to realize our full potential and live our best life.