Nine to Thrive Wellness Series

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Now more than ever, work-life balance can feel challenging, but as we discover new ways to connect with ourselves and each other, we can also begin to uncover new positive lifestyle habits.

From their little corner in Harbour Sport, WellnessWorks wish to pay it forward by making this time a bit more manageable for you. They’re here to share some of their top 4 wellbeing tips with you…

Feel free to pay it forward to friends, employees and family members!

Positive Self-talk

Self-talk is your internal dialogue. It’s influenced by your subconscious mind, and it reveals your thoughts, beliefs, questions, and ideas.

Positive self-talk can enhance your performance and general well-being. For example, research shows self-talk can help athletes with performance. It may help them with endurance or to power through a set of heavy weights.

Healthy eating on a budget

Let’s face it most New Zealanders are trying to stretch their food dollar further and eat better for less. But does eating on a budget mean you have to sacrifice nutrition? How easy is it to be on a tight food budget when there are a lot of other priorities in our lives?

How to respond to worry

Worries, doubts, and anxieties are a normal part of life. It’s natural to worry about an unpaid bill, an upcoming job interview, or a first date. But “normal” worry becomes excessive when it’s persistent and uncontrollable. You worry every day about “what ifs” and worst-case scenarios, you can’t get anxious thoughts out of your head, and it interferes with your daily life.

Time Management

Have you ever wondered how it is that some people seem to have enough time to do everything that they want to, whereas others are always rushing from task to task, and never seem to finish anything?

It cannot just be that some people have less to do. It’s much more likely that they are using their time more effectively: in other words, showing good time management skills.

If you have any questions or would like to find out more about online staff wellbeing, please contact Wellnessworks via email.

SOURCE: Wellnessworks

Peter Green

Peter Green