Simply record 3 things that made you happy today, and choose a colour to represent your overall mood. Watch how your mood colours change over time, and follow your happiness cloud to see what makes you happy most often. Keep this information private or share with your friends and followers.
Use our interactive life coaching model to help identify your strengths, prioritise what already makes you happy, and explore how you could shift things around in your life to find a better balance. Use stepping stones to reflect your unique record of progress towards the shifts that you choose to make.
Upload photos of your food or simply type in what you have chosen. Build up a fascinating picture of your nourishment and record emotional & physical changes that happen if you shift your thoughts, behaviour patterns or eating habits. If you wish, create a read-only link and share the information.
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Why Use Soul Nutrition?
- Improve self-perception & self-esteem.
- Lift mood and learn to live in the moment.
- Notice how the moments of happiness increase when you appreciate them.
- Enjoy feeling a greater sense of positive connection to the world around you.
- Shift yourself into a positive mindset.
- Focus on what already makes you happy.
- Consider how to experience more “flow” in your life.
- Break down any major shifts you wish to make into manageable steps.
30 Days Free Trial
Create your password protected account today and enjoy 30 days free access to the Soul Nutrition website; all we need is a first name & email address, so that you can securely save the information that you choose to enter. After the free trial period you can subscribe for either six months at £9.99 or 12 months at £18.99. Soul Nutrition will donate a minimum of 10% net profits to the brain cancer charity Astro Fund, whose work with low-grade glioma patients & carers provided so much inspiration for this site.
The Manchester Colour Wheel
Famously used as the basis for the Great Manchester Health Experiment in September 2011, the Manchester Colour Wheel was developed by a team of University of Manchester researchers to evaluate mood in terms of colour. The Wheel enables you to quickly record negative, normal and positive moods in a format that is then easy to review a month at a time.