Invest in yourself this April for Stress Awareness Month!
Published: 29 March 2021
This April it’s Stress Awareness Month and we know that many people experience stress at some point in their life but understanding how you manage it is so important. After a stressful 12 months, we could all use a little stress awareness and relaxation, which is why we’re launching a 30-day challenge to help you regain control.
The 30-day challenge demonstrates that there are small tasks that we can do every day that help you manage your feelings and the impact they have on your health and wellbeing.
Completing one small task daily, such as walking to the shop instead of using the car or getting the bus, planning your weekly meals or taking five minutes out of your day to catch-up with a family member or friend, will help you form stress-busting habits that over time will make every day easier to manage.
We want to help you as much as we can during the challenge, so we’ve set up a timetable of virtual events that you can log onto. Each one is designed to help you progress and offers additional support if you need it.
Throughout April we will be hosting weekly check-in sessions for participants to discuss the challenge and help you set your mini goals for the week ahead. This provides you with the opportunity to encourage and support others participating in the challenge and update the group on your progress.
We will be running a series of events each week that you can attend virtually via Zoom and in person at our community garden, Grow Speke. Transform Lives Company, one of our partnering training providers, will be hosting a series of virtual sessions for participants to explore and learn new techniques that can help you de-stress and unwind.
In addition to the challenge, our weekly Coffee and Chat sessions which help to improve mental health and wellbeing, are open everyone. As part of the challenge, participants are invited to join the digital coffee morning to meet new friendly faces.
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For more information about the challenge or how to take part, contact South Liverpool Homes Community Health and Wellbeing Officer, Tom Hayes on email@example.com.
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