Your Wellbeing plan – what are the things you can do each day and each week that keep you in a good place? Our CALM model may help.

CA LM

If we have an approach to looking after our wellbeing, we are more likely to do it. So TWBC would like to give you a few pointers on things that you might consider when putting together your own wellbeing plan.

We have developed a CALM model: Connected, Active, Learning, Mindfulness, to help with the planning process.

How do you connect with others? What ways could you actively meet your needs? How could you learn from your thoughts and feelings? How will you mindfully ground yourself?

Once you have identified things that help boost your wellbeing, what are the realistic things you can do each day and week to implement those boosts? They don’t have to be big things. It is better you have a few small things you can commit to do, than one bigger thing that you may forget about or not do. You could set a timer on your phone to remind you to do something.

A timer once a week may also help in making you stop and think, to have a mindful moment about what difference this process is making for you, and are there any things you would change or add to.

Have a think about the approaches you take now in managing your wellbeing. Once the world returns to some resemblance of normality, think about the things you want to keep doing.

We would love to hear how you get on and what you may be doing to help with your wellbeing?

Are there any ideas that you are happy to share with other people?

The Wellbeing Collective x

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