Being creative can improve your mood and self-esteem.
Achieving a goal you’ve set yourself can help increase your confidence and help you feel more optimistic about our future.
Spend time to reflect what you have done well, show your appreciation and take pride in any compliments you may receive.
What we put in our mouths can have a real influence on our mood so choose healthy foods to boost your mood and energy levels.
Research shows that people who spend time with their family, friends and colleagues have increased wellbeing.
Set aside some time for yourself to do something you enjoy such as a hobby, a walk you enjoy, read a good book or book to have your hair done.
Being involved in a fun event or a project can lead to new skills, making new friends and a sense of fulfilment.
Make sure you book your annual leave throughout the year. This will give you times to look forward to and make sure you take a well-earned break.
If you’re feeling pressure at work, make sure you take the opportunity to discuss your feelings with family, friends or your line manager. This will prevent unnecessary stress and anxiety from building up.
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