In these extraordinary times…

It is difficult to know where to start. Globally we are facing a new and challenging phenomenon and there are a lot of unknowns, for us all.

With all the advice out there on all things COVID-19, we don’t want to confuse the issue or repeat what is already out there.

Check out Mind.org and BBC (to name just two) for lots of great information including practical considerations for self isolation and guidance on how to look after your wellbeing whilst this extraordinary situation continues.

We do think it is worth mentioning that there are some things to sensibly consider whilst we face this uncertain time:

  • Keep connected with people – online options provide a workable Plan B to keeping in touch. Check out our online wellbeing community too to meet new people.
  • Focus on what you can control – it is easy to get carried away on the tidal wave of destruction with COVID-19. Concentrate on the immediate things you can do with your family and friends.
  • Share the positive stories – so often it is easy to get hooked on the negative stuff (check out Why considering a Wellness Plan is a great plan! to find out more). We have heard some great stories, from people helping find toilet rolls and cat food for elderly, anxious customers to our Get Moving clients offering to pay for our attempts to offer online exercise options. That brought a tear to my eye.

And remember – we are all in this together and will get through this, together.

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