How To Boost Your Wellbeing

Looking after our mental wellbeing, and of those around us, has never been more important.

So we’re delighted to be partnering with mental health and wellbeing gurus (and fellow B Corp friends) Happiful magazine. Their professional team will be sharing expertise, advice and tips to help us keep our mental health strong.

Five things to do this week to boost your mental wellbeing

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  1. Connect with nature

Spending time in green spaces or bringing nature into your everyday life can benefit both your mental wellbeing, helping to ease anxiety and depression. Embrace exercise outdoors, smell the freshly cut grass or take care of a house plant, all can have lots of positive effects.* Remember to enjoy the outdoors safely and protect yourself from harmful UVA & UVB rays. Have you tried our Skin Defence Multi-Protection Lotion SPF 50+ PA++++.

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  1. Create healthy sleep habits

The link between mental wellbeing and sleep has long been reported.** Try to stick to a bedtime and waking routine, limit your screen time in the evening and get a little exercise during the day. Why not try incorporate relaxing rituals to help aid a peaceful slumber. We love to spritz our Deep Sleep Pillow Mist before flopping into bed.

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  1. Be kind to your body

Our bodies are amazing. They work 24-7 for us. They heal. They enable us to move through life and experience all it has to offer, no matter how fit or able we are. Love every scar, freckle, nook and cranny, and give thanks to all that is unique to you. Did you know a daily self-soothing massage can help build a better relationship with your body and alleviate stress?*** We can’t think of a better way to show appreciation than slathering over our fave Body Butter!

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  1. Invest in yourself

The greatest gift we can give ourselves is self-love. It lifts us up, assures us of our strengths and worth, and carries us through the hard times when we face feelings of self-doubt. It’s at the very core of our mental wellbeing. Take your first steps to self-love today.

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  1. Find support that works for you

Talking to friends and family can be extremely therapeutic. If you need to talk to someone outside your network then professional help is at hand and only a call away.

  • Happiful offer an extensive directory of professional therapists and counsellors
  • Mind is a wonderful, friendly charity who provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem.