It has never been as important as it is right now to look after and prioritise your own wellbeing.
Over the coming weeks, we’ll be creating a page of inspiration and resources, and will be filling this page with suggestions, recommendations, articles, tips, and advice around themes of your wellbeing while at home.
Your Wellbeing - Top Picks & Inspiration
From 18th May its #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek. Our retail partners have got some fantastic advice and initiatives but we really like this video from Boots on how to think about and manage low mood. It's very relevant during this really challenging time for us all as we stay at home and continue to stay safe.
Picolo Corner - from Pizza Express
Introducing Pizza Express's NEW one-stop-spot for all things Piccolo!
Follow this link to discover even more recipes you can create at home, as well as fun activities for the whole family.
How to cope with worrying - from Superdrug
Superdrug wanted to create a resource parents could show their children who may be struggling with some worries of their own in the current climate. Children's Emotional Well-being Coach, @jennihoneyben created this vide. It's especially designed to be shown to children with a tip for helping them deal with the emotions they may be feeling.
Caffè Nero Vibes
Caffe Nero is missing you and if you are missing your fix, why not create your own Nero vibe at home.
Tune in to their dedicated playlist on Spotify put together by none other than their very own Music Master - Pablo. It features some of the amazing upcoming artists they've supported over the years.
Some of their artists will also be singing live from their homes over the coming weeks for you. Coffee and music. Perfect company.
We loved this checklist from our Boots store. Maybe you have a favourite wellbeing step that you would add to make this checklist perfect for you.
Wishes For Late Jars
Maybe you have a jar at home, like this one from Wilko? Why not use it to store all your 'wishes for later'.
Simply write your wish on a scrap of paper and pop it in the jar for later.
At a later time, when you're stuck for something to occupy your time, or for when we emerge from our time at home you'll have fun picking out ideas and making them happen. It's a great way to cherish the activities that are important to you. This is especially fun if you have children at home, who are desperate to go for a bike ride or to see a movie at the cinema, to visit gran or to feed the ducks. Decorate your jar and use stips of coloured paper to make it your own.
How many can you tick off today? Maybe you can go back to your childhood and make this your own personal reward chart.