Routine is something we all have; we may have routines based on environments, circumstances, or other factors. It can provide the opportunity to prioritise and ensure time for things that matter most to you in life. Whether you are adjusting, re-adjusting, or trying to maintain your routine currently, it is important to build yours on what you need to be the healthiest, happiest version of you.
Health and Wellbeing
Managing Your ‘New’ Wellbeing – Creating and Maintaining Habits
Starting something new can always seem daunting, but it is all about building foundations in which to build smaller steps to lead you to ultimate goals. Understanding where you are currently, and where you are wanting to go is vital for moving forward with anything in life, especially your wellbeing.
Kick-starting your “New Wellbeing” into the ‘New Normal’
Have you managed to find time to start a new health regime? Or are you still focusing on getting through the last few months? Right now “getting back to normal” may seem quite far away for many, you may found your general wellbeing has waivered. So how can you take steps towards your new improved wellbeing?
Making every day a good day for your mental health
It’s important to keep in mind that Mental Health is something we all have; it plays a part in everything we do, from the way we process our thoughts and feelings, to how we behave towards others and the decisions we make.
Secondly, it is important to know that you can influence your Mental Health positively in many ways.
5 Tips to improving your mental wellbeing
If someone was to ask you about your health, I’m sure you would automatically think about how your body is working and any issues you might have, but how often do you consider your mental health?
You cannot have health without mental health.
A Check-In on Your Emotional Health
Following the lockdown lots of people are now stuck at home, either alone or with the family. Many of us are finding it increasingly stressful and it’s affecting our emotional health. There are so many different pressures at the moment.
Please don’t worry and just do what you can.
We need to practice self-care so here’s some things that might help.
Although social wellbeing may not be something at the forefront of your mind, it is something that we use every day, often without realising.
Every time you buy a coffee, train ticket or get on a bus, you are likely to speak to someone, interact with someone or generally just be around people.
Social wellbeing is an important element of general wellbeing.
It helps us feel supported, helps boost our mental wellbeing and helps us feel connected with the world.
So, what happens when suddenly we are not allowed to be around others, how do we continue being sociable?