Many of us are attached to our smartphones and inboxes, and lots of development jobs practically require it. Sally Bolton shares her organisation's strategies to improve employee wellness, including a digital detox.
Many aid workers say yoga and mindfulness help them reduce stress, and now there's scientific evidence for how it works. Amanda Scothern reflects on new research findings about human resilience.
Nuran Higgins, humanitarian and radio show host, is bringing sexy back to well-being, mental health and social connectedness in aid work. Nuran shares the story behind her latest venture, Emergency AIDio, and what it means to take care of yourself in aid work.
Yoga is a common tool for preventing burnout, but the physical practice isn't always enough. As Marianne Elliott discovered, it's the deeper work of yoga that can really help aid workers.
In this line of work, it's not uncommon to lose colleagues and friends. And when it happens, aid workers may find themselves isolated and without the time or space to grieve. The Guerilla Researcher thinks it's time to start a conversation about coping with loss in the field.