6 Tips for Wellbeing

Are you feeling tired, stressed or maybe a little overwhelmed?

Well – you are not alone. In today’s society we are often so busy doing, we forget to take time out and just be and look after our well-being. If this is you, maybe the following tips for wellbeing can support you:

  • Connect with the people around you – have a conversation and learn more about your family, friends and colleagues. You could call a friend that you haven’t spoken to in ages. If you would like some more ideas, read more on – how can I connect in my life?
  • Be active – discover a physical activity you enjoy and suits your level of mobility and fitness. There are so many wonderful activities that you could do – the key is to find one you enjoy!
  • Take notice – be curious, look around for the beautiful, remark on the unusual. Mindfulness is a state of being attentive to and aware of what is taking place in the present – there are some amazing gifts waiting for us when we are mindful.
  • Be grateful – what or who can you appreciate in this moment? Who helped you today – have you said thank you? It is amazing the impact of gratitude. Read more on – how can I bring gratitude in to my life?
  • Keep learning – try something new, maybe discover an old interest or set yourself a challenge. Then notice what happens to your wellbeing!
  • Give – do something for a family member, a friend or a stranger. Who could you thank now? Who could you smile at or maybe how could you volunteer? Again – notice what happens to your wellbeing when you undertake one of these activities. Click here to view some inspirational quotes on giving.

When we think of wellbeing, sometimes we think it’s the big things that make a difference to our lives. However, quite often it is the little things done consistently over time that make the biggest difference and impact in our lives.

I hope you found the above tips useful for your wellbeing. Some of them came from the New Economics Foundation who were contracted by the UK government “Foresight” program to analyse and develop policy options to address key issues that will impact on UK society over next 10 – 20 years. The tips are all evidenced based actions that have been shown to improve wellbeing.

What is your best wellbeing tip? If you have one – let me know in the comments section below and remember to look after your well-being!

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