Wellbeing Guide: How to Remain Active and Healthy - COVID-19
Another week is coming to the end and we are beginning to set our sights on a graduated return to work. The way that was once considered ‘normal’ will change and there will be a ‘new-normal’. It is important that whilst there are still restrictions in place, (and are likely to remain in some form; from the way that we shop to the way that we socialise), we are continuing to look after our physical and mental health.
Here are the latest tips on wellbeing to help keep you motivated, positive and safe during this unique time.
Staying safe online whilst we remain indoors, we are spending more time online. The government have put together guidance about how you are able to protect you from the fraudsters, who sadly, will use this pandemic to their advantage, click on the link to find out more Protect yourself from cyber-crime and onlinefraud - gov.uk
Mindfulness & Mental Wellbeing Mental Health UK have put a blog together with 6 tips on how to boost mental wellbeing during lockdown, read the blog here Mental Health UK - 6 tips to boost mental wellbeing
To help with keeping mentally fit, follow the following link for resources for mindfulness and meditation to help calm your mind; Free Mindfulness resources and meditations
Food for thought Eating healthy can be a challenge during lockdown, as when boredom sets in, its all too easy to reach for the comfort food. The Daily Mail have written an article giving suggestions on Lighter Lockdown Foods
Whilst your favourite food establishments remain closed, why not set aside a weekend night to try and recreate one of your favourite dishes – it’s the new staying-in, pretending to be out-out!
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For the kids Every Tuesday and Thursday at 10.00am Rob Biddulph is getting kids creative by giving art lessons, follow the link to find out more Rob Biddulph
With libraries and galleries closed, you can take your kids further in the world by virtually touring places. The Guardian has come up with the top 10 – follow the link and be exported into a world of culture - Guardian - 10 top best virtual museum and art gallery tours
For new-born to 5 year olds there is a delightful website to support those growing little minds Hungry Little Minds from gov.uk.
Stay Safe. Stay Well.