This week is 'World Well-Being Week', promoting putting yourself first to ensure that you can be there for other people around you. Here are some of our tips for how to care for yourself during this time.
Go for a walk
Spending time in green space is beneficial to both your mental and physical health - our parks are surrounded by stunning natural landscapes and wide-open spaces. Great for a bit of a boost.
Keep in contact with friends and family
In the last 3 months families and friends have been coming together over the phone from Facetime to Zoom to enjoy a quick catch up or a competitive quiz night!
Learn a new skill
Teach yourself to cook, learn a new craft or do an online course to keep your mind active.
Take a break from digital devices
Read a book, play with a pet, play a board game.
Create yourself a simple work out to get yourself moving, there is some great ones on YouTube.
Stop and breathe. Take in your surroundings, listen to the noises, smells, and light around you and allow calmness to wash over you.
Have a good clear out
A tidy house makes for a tidy mind. Declutter that t-shirt at the back of the wardrobe that does not fit anymore, get rid of those out of date food items in your kitchen cupboards. You will feel much better for it afterwards.
Eating unhealthily can make you anxious, tired, and more irritable. Making sure you eat nutritious foods can help keep your body and mind on a positive track.
Create a list of all the things you’re grateful for in your life, sometimes when times are hard, we just need that little reminder.
Random acts of kindness
Helping out your community can really give you a positive boost. Whether it is collecting shopping for an elderly neighbour or sending some happy mail to a struggling friend.
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