Get well for winter

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Why Well for Winter?

The cold months ahead can mean a drop in physical and mental health for many people. Well For Winter aims to inspire everyone to take steps towards improving wellbeing, keeping positive and supporting each other when they need a boost.

Principles of Well for Winter

Guided by the 5 Ways to Wellbeing – with the addition of ‘Get Organised’ – it’s all about creating a plan personal to you. Being well for winter means different things to different people. Writing goals down and sharing with others means it’s more likely to happen. 

How to get started

Download our Well for Winter personal plan or grab a sheet of paper and get scribbling. Share your plan with others, set some goals together and don’t forget to share your stories with us on Facebook and Instagram using #wellforwinter. Connect with schools, workplaces and wider communities to promote good habits throughout the winter months.

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Why it’s ok to do ‘nothing’

Well, this is nice, I thought to myself on Sunday morning. My one-year-old son and four-year-old daughter were playing happily by themselves and I was actually having an uninterrupted conversation with my husband with a hot cup of coffee in my hand. It won’t last, I thought. But it did, until tiredness descended on my…

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“I don’t want to go walking, it’s boring”

My household has sampled several forms of separation over the past eight months: isolation, lockdown, quarantine. Much of it has been good fun; camping in the garden, bonfires, vegetable patch development, garden Olympics, badminton, sunbathing, and slack-lining. Alas, the winter months are upon us and the desire to step outside is diminishing fast. Our 13…

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