Mental Health Awareness Hub.

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At its simplest, wellbeing is about the state of feeling healthy and happy. But how often do we stop to think about how many areas of our lives can affect our sense of health and happiness?

In support of Mental Health Awareness Week, we’re exploring the key pillars of wellbeing: Body, Mind, Money and Culture. But what do these pillars mean, how do they affect us and how do they overlap?


What is Wellbeing?

As another week of lockdown passes, we're reminded how important it is to look after our health and wellbeing.  But how many of us know what wellbeing really means, or where to start?

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Kindness: the antidote to fear.

The power of kindness should never be underestimated: kindness is the antidote to fear and fear is at the core of poor mental health. It's just as important to be kind to ourselves as it is to be kind to others.

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Culture: The changing ways of work

Company culture is usually established over a long period of time, but the impact of COVID-19 has accelerated change like never before, forcing us to question traditional ways of working. Could this be a good thing as organisations become more flexible? To explore our second pillar of wellbeing (Culture), we chatted to our HR Consultant, Jacqui Carr, about the changing ways of work.


Money and mental wellbeing.

Have you ever thought of money as a mental health issue?  Our financial wellbeing partner, Iona Bain, tackles some key steps to dealing with financial pressure.

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Is your blood sugar sabotaging your productivity?

How would you rate your energy these days: sailing through with high energy or hitting an energy wall halfway through the day? Our wellbeing partner and Health Coach, Suzy Glaskie has four tips on how to get sugar to work for you.

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