Mental Health

What To Do When Your Current Role is Your Greatest Stress

This blog post follows my previous on on spotting the signs of stress, and looks at exploring your current role to see if that the reason behind your stress. I also cover advice on what to look for in a new role if you do decide to move on. In my opinion, we all want...

How To Spot Stress and 8 Types of Self-Care

Stress is defined as “a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances”. Before learning how to spot stress, it's important to know that there is good and bad stress: Good stress, or eustress, is the type of...

New Year’s Staff Book Picks

Have you set yourself a New Years Resolution to 'read more' in 2022 or a goal of x amount of books? You're not alone - it's perhaps one of the most common resolutions each year, and some of us at Red Tiger are exactly the same (Ruth wants to continue reading...

I’ve got so much to do and not enough time, so much to lose, I’m losing my mind.

The last few years has made me question my mortality on an increasingly regular basis. My morbid thoughts are caused by a combination of factors. It’s something to do with my feet being firmly planted in middle age (with the big 5-0 just around the corner). It’s to do...
Getting out of your comfort zone

Getting out of your comfort zone

I started this blog pre-lockdown and since then both Steve’s Kilimanjaro and my Mallorca triathlon have been cancelled due to COVID-19. I thought it was still worth publishing anyway (As both Steve and I hope to do these events in 2021). Recruiters are bound to say...

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The bald truth

The bald truth

Male pattern baldness came knocking early for me. I can most likely thank my Dad’s genes for that.  When I was 19 years old my boss at the restaurant where I worked was walking down some stairs, with me walking in...

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