Posted on: 04 September 2020
As the weather turns cooler and the kids head back to school, September always feels like a good time to turn over a new leaf.
We’ve put together a summary of Hapi-life resources to help build some good habits and improve your wellbeing. We may be too old to pack up our pencil cases for a new school year, but it’s never too late for a fresh start.
We all experience stress as part of daily life. It’s our body’s natural response when we feel under threat – from life and death situations to an overdue library book. But too much stress can be harmful, see our top tips to help get this under control.
Increased stress and anxiety can have a knock-on effect on our sleep. In a recent survey, almost two-thirds (64%) of the 500 respondents said they were sleeping less due to worry over the COVID-19 situation. Whether you struggle to fall asleep or keep waking up, try these 10 tips for a restful night’s sleep.
We all know we should do more exercise. But between work, childcare, socialising and life admin, there never seems to be enough time! Making exercise a priority is an excellent way to improve your overall wellbeing. Here’s how you can carve out time to exercise and make it an enjoyable part of your daily routine.
Healthy eating: whether you bring in food or eat at home, we’ve got you covered.
If you take lunch to work every day, it’s easy to end up with the same old sandwich time after time. Switch things up with these fresh ideas.
Try our tasty lunch ideas and you’ll never go back to the supermarket sandwich.
Are you scared to check your bank balance? Money worries keeping you up at night? You’re not alone – many of us suffer from paralysing anxiety about our finances but don’t know how to tackle the problem. Facing up to your fears is the first step in taking control of the situation. Here’s five tips on how to get started.
Supermarkets are experts at getting us to part with our hard-earned cash, and we often end up buying more food than we need. This waste costs the average UK family with children £720 worth of food a year… that’s £60 a month!
This can be prevented by buying less in the first place and being smarter about using up food in the home.
No need to worry if rain stops play – we’ve come up with ten brilliant ideas for indoor activities. Go through the suggestions, get inspired, and stock up on all the necessary components so that when the clouds roll in, you’re ready to go.
If you’re looking for healthy ways to improve your mood and reduce anxiety, give self-care a try. It’s a broad term but essentially self-care is about prioritising your wellbeing through healthy behaviours.