Wellbeing- Looking after yourself and your family at home.

We are now into week two of a very different way of living and working. With the Easter holidays approaching, for many of us the coming weeks will become difficult as our lives have altered so much. For me personally, the Easter holidays is the break I always enjoy most for a few reasons. I always find it more relaxed than the hectic Christmas period, the weather is improved and most importantly, I always spend it enjoying time with friends and family.

This year is incredibly different. Most of us will be inside, unable to see our loved ones and actually the less rigid routine could be a source of anxiety for many of us. I was looking forward to spending Easter Sunday with my niece for her first EasterĀ  and then onto a family lunch.

I am generally a very positive person and realised that instead of being upset about the situation and circumstances, it would be more productive to give myself something to focus on.

Today, a colleague sent me a well- being guide. I found it interesting and insightful, with lots of handy tips and advice about how to get through this period… However long it lasts. I’ve attached the link for it below and I would strongly recommend all of you to give it a read. There’s certainly something in here that can benefit everyone.

I very much hope that you are all safe and well, I miss seeing the children everyday and speaking with you all on the gates at the start and end of the day. Hopefully we will all see each other again soon.

In the meantime, please have a look at the guide and make the most of the fair weather that is set for the weekend.

Well Being at Home

My thoughts and best wishes are with you all,