Habits

Habits

Lets talk about habits, as humans we are habitual beings, we usually work best with a routine. This can be beneficial for physical and mental health. For example if you go to bed at the same time and wake at the same time your body usually works better. Any disruption...
A virtual walk in the park

A virtual walk in the park

Virtual park visits – a mindful experience If you are struggling with anxiety and cannot face large groups of people maybe you can try a virtual park visit. By focusing on positive aspect of going to a lovely park you can calm the mind and build resilience to when you...
Walking your way to good mental health

Walking your way to good mental health

This blog will look at how you can use daily walking to build up your mental health resilience. Walking is one of the most natural activities you can do for free, with little effort and it can be a shared experience. The physical health benefits of walking are...
Mindfulness ideas

Mindfulness ideas

It seems we all live fast paced lives even when a lot of us stay in one or two rooms a day as we work from home and try and live our life in our family’s shoes. It’s been a whole year for myself working from home and a lot of people can say the same thing. My office...
Labels Part II

Labels Part II

Our volunteer Jade looks at her own perspective of labels. Take 5 minutes to read this great blog. The Covid-19 pandemic has brought about several terms, labels and buzzwords which were not as common beforehand. For example, words such as ‘vulnerable’, ‘key worker’...
Movement

Movement

This weeks blog is written by Henna Evans one of our volunteers. For many of us, we know we should do more exercise. Not only for its numerous health benefits but also for the stress reduction it can provide to our daily lives and notably for the sense of community...