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My mental wellbeing activity deck

Thanks for taking the time to create your mental wellbeing activity deck. It’s your first step towards a happier, more resilient you.

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What do I do now?

The next step towards better mental wellbeing is to put your deck into action.
Try practising each activity 1-2 times a week, then check in with how you’re feeling in one month’s time.

  • Get Healthy Get healthy, Embrace Nature Embrace nature

    Join a free exercise class

    There are a lot of free online classes and workouts you can do from the comfort of your house. To add intensity or build strength try using items around the home as weights.

    There are a lot of free online classes and workouts you can do from the comfort of your house. To add intensity or build strength try using items around the home as weights.

  • Get Healthy Get healthy

    Look for ways to get active

    Get creative with how you stay active. Try walking around whenever you are on the phone and get moving between TV ad breaks or episodes. Increasing your incidental exercise will help you keep active and feeling good.

    Get creative with how you stay active. Try walking around whenever you are on the phone and get moving between TV ad breaks or episodes. Increasing your incidental exercise will help you keep active and feeling good.

  • Take Notice Take notice, Embrace Nature Embrace nature

    Pitch a tent in your backyard

    Camp outside for a night in your backyard. Enjoy the stars, and experience your garden in a new way. 

    Camp outside for a night in your backyard. Enjoy the stars, and experience your garden in a new way. 

  • Take Notice Take notice, Embrace Nature Embrace nature

    Watch the sun rise

    Set your alarm and wake up with the sun. It's a great way to appreciate the beauty of mother nature as your day begins. 

    Set your alarm and wake up with the sun. It's a great way to appreciate the beauty of mother nature as your day begins. 

  • Embrace Nature Embrace nature

    Enjoy a meal outdoors

    Go for a picnic, or set up an outdoor dining space at home. Not sure where to go? Search for a picnic spot in a national park or forest near you.

    Go for a picnic, or set up an outdoor dining space at home. Not sure where to go? Search for a picnic spot in a national park or forest near you.

  • Take Notice Take notice, Embrace Nature Embrace nature

    Do some stargazing

    Head outside at night and spend time gazing at the stars. Search for constellations and shooting stars.

    Head outside at night and spend time gazing at the stars. Search for constellations and shooting stars.

  • Embrace Nature Embrace nature

    Reduce your plastic use

    Feel more connected to the earth by reducing the amount of single-use plastic you use. Try alternatives like beeswax wraps or paper straws.

    Feel more connected to the earth by reducing the amount of single-use plastic you use. Try alternatives like beeswax wraps or paper straws.

  • Get Healthy Get healthy, Embrace Nature Embrace nature

    Try outdoor exercise

    Exercising in natural environments can have positive effects on your self-esteem and improve your mood. Just remember to slip, slop, slap, seek and slide! 

    Exercising in natural environments can have positive effects on your self-esteem and improve your mood. Just remember to slip, slop, slap, seek and slide! 

  • Get Healthy Get healthy, Embrace Nature Embrace nature

    Finish your food

    Reduce food waste by using the food you already have in your fridge before buying more. Plus, you'll discover some amazing new flavour combinations.  

    Reduce food waste by using the food you already have in your fridge before buying more. Plus, you'll discover some amazing new flavour combinations.  

  • Embrace Nature Embrace nature

    Try composting

    Doing things that connect you to the earth, like composting, can really help you feel good. Collect your food waste and add it to your bin to create rich soil for your garden.

    Doing things that connect you to the earth, like composting, can really help you feel good. Collect your food waste and add it to your bin to create rich soil for your garden.

  • Embrace Nature Embrace nature

    Get an indoor plant

    Bring the beauty of the natural world indoors, by adding a plant to your office or around your home. 

    Bring the beauty of the natural world indoors, by adding a plant to your office or around your home. 

  • Take Notice Take notice

    Ask for help

    Notice the moments you feel overwhelmed and ask someone for help. Even a quick chat can help you feel calmer. 

    Notice the moments you feel overwhelmed and ask someone for help. Even a quick chat can help you feel calmer. 

Need more support?

Practising your mental wellbeing activities regularly can help build your resilience so you bounce back faster when you’re feeling sad or down. But sometimes, you might need some professional help to feel better again. There are a range of services and organisations available to support you.