Personal Development

Personal Development

Natural childbirth

Drug-free childbirth without medical intervention is a topic that spawns vitriolic debate. My own simple question ‘what do you all think of natural childbirth?’ on a social networking...

Workout regime: Get SMART with your fitness

Lily Knudsen talked to Faissal Teziti, a personal trainer at Aspria Royal La Rasante in Brussels about dealing with your workout regime. In business, we...

Belgian charity: Help a friend for life

In this month’s charity page we focus on the Belgian charity ‘A Friend for Life’. The Dutch-speaking Brussels University Hospital (UZ Brussels) opened on 6...

Preventing and curing sports injuries

It was three weeks until my first half-Ironman triathlon and I was a woman obsessed. I was eating, drinking and dreaming about my race...

Self-help: Going with your gut

“Every decision that has profited me as has come from me listening to that inner voice first. And every time I’ve gotten into a...

Get fit: Put some variation in your excercise routine

myAspria contributor Nils Courcy says he has the get fit key to chasing away your boredom, stagnation and physical exhaustion. Modern man is sedentary, with...

Food mood: Making the nutritional health links

Dietician Sophie Bruno explains how nutritional the food mood links and how it can boost your mood and optimal wellbeing. Food and nutrition plays an...

Belgian charity: Les Petits Rien

Paul Morris looks Les Petit Riens, at a Belgian charity that has a very high profile on the streets and in the shops. The ASBL...

Finance tips: Beware of the internet of thieves

In his regular finance tips: Dave Deruytter takes a hard look at those pesky online bandits. The Internet of Things (IoT) has been a buzzword...

Empathy advice: Care for others, care for ourselves

Natalie Morris looks at the tricky question of empathy advice, housewives, bonobos and the inexplicable act of caring. Lately, I have been thinking a lot...
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