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Five ways to wellbeing

Taking small steps to improve your wellbeing can make a big difference to your mental health. This month’s issue looks at five simple ways you can improve your wellbeing in your daily life.

You can download March's Your Wellbeing issue.

If you’re a manager, you can also download March's Your Wellbeing poster for your workplace.

Browse our related articles and information below for more ways to improve your general wellbeing and feel better day-to-day.

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Take notice

When you focus on what’s happening in your present, you can feel you have greater choice in how to respond to various situations and challenges. This can increase your sense of mental clarity and wellbeing. Fitting mindfulness into your everyday life can be easy when you know how. Try these 11 tips to help you get started.

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Connecting with those around you and your community can do wonders for your mental health. But connecting with yourself and how you’re really feeling is equally as important.


Whether it’s drawing, singing, playing music, writing, baking, dancing or gardening, having a creative outlet can work wonders for your mind. Explore some of the ways that different types of creative activities can benefit you.

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Be active

We all know staying regularly active is good for our health. But if you’re finding it hard to motivate yourself to exercise, these articles may help.

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Research seems to show that volunteering has a positive effect on mental health in terms of managing depression, and enhancing life satisfaction and wellbeing. Find out more about volunteering – its benefits, options available to you and how to get started.

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