Focusing on our wellbeing has never been so important, there are so many articles and links offering advice and tips on how we can best look after ourselves during this strange time that even that can become overwhelming! What should I do for the best? Should I do what this person or that person is doing? As well as the many other thoughts that are running through our minds at the moment. Well, the simple answer is, you need to do what’s best for YOU.
Ultimately, we want to feel good about ourselves, our life and feel connected to other people. However, at the moment we have little control over anything externally so we need to focus on what we can control. ‘Wellbeing’ is more than just feeling happy and confident, it means feeling able to cope when things get tough in our lives or when our physical health suffer. Never have we had more time to think about what works for us in this aspect, our lives have ‘slowed down’ – in a way that we have never experienced and probably never will again, therefore let’s take this opportunity to fully understand ourselves and what works for our wellbeing.
Our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing are so intrinsically linked that we need to make sure we don’t neglect any of these areas as the impact will soon become apparent.