Signifying peace and growth, green is the perfect choice for homes this New Year. Making a name for itself as ‘nature’s neutral’, green – and sage green in particular - radiates a sense of calm and tranquility. But can the popular shade improve your wellbeing? We’re joined by Lick’s Director of Interior Design Tash Bradley to explain why you should introduce this grounding hue into your home.Wellness Wednesday•Jan 1
It can feel overwhelming as we begin a New Year! All the talk of resolutions and ‘new year, new me’ can be a daunting way to look at the 12 months ahead. So, we’ve teamed up with Rochelle Knowles of Mindful Eyes Coaching, to help you set your intentions in a much more manageable and achievable way.News•Nov 23, 2022
Christmas may be on the way, but the gloomy, dark and not-so welcome mornings have already arrived! Give the gift of a life made bright this holiday season with Lumie.Quick Guides•Nov 1, 2022
Feeling a little low after the clock change? With the days getting darker and shorter, it's not unusual to feel sluggish and lacking in motivation. That's why we've created the Feel Good Check-in List, a to-do list made up of small activities for your well-being to tick off throughout the month of November. The prompts will hopefully serve as a reminder to prioritise the season’s mood-boosting moments.Quick Guides•Oct 5, 2022
A great majority of people living in the northern hemisphere are affected by the change of seasons and weather this time of year. These effects can disrupt their lives in several ways; they may experience changes in energy levels, sleep, eating patterns, mood as well as general feeling of well-being. The severity of symptoms may vary, putting those affected somewhere on the spectrum of SAD or subsyndromal SAD, often referred to as ‘winter blues’.Guide pratique•Aug 1, 2021
Pour de nombreuses personnes, les matins sombres et les jours courts de l'automne et de l'hiver déclenchent la dépression saisonnière, plus connue sous le nom de SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). Il se peut que vous ne vous sentiez pas comme d'habitude pendant les mois d'hiver et que vous soyez affecté par les matins sombres et les jours plus courts - on parle souvent de "blues de l'hiver" ou de "dépression hivernale".Research•Jul 30, 2021
Research shows how light therapy - particularly bright light - can be used to phase advance (shift earlier) or phase delay (postpone) the time of sleep and waking. This makes it useful for all sorts of sleep disorders such as those explored below.