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Week of Wellbeing

8 January 2021

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Every year, the third Monday in January is dubbed as ‘Blue Monday’. It is given this name as people are said to be feeling blue due to the cold weather, feeling the pinch on finances after Christmas and looking for things to inspire them to improve themselves in the New Year.  

At Trivallis, we want to challenge this and look for the positives. So, from Monday 18th January we will be bringing you Week of Wellbeing. 

Our Week of Wellbeing will see us sharing advice and support on a different wellbeing topic each day throughout the week, to help you take care of your wellbeingRead more to find out what we will have on offer… 

Mindful Monday: get advice on how to be more mindful and relaxed, as well as information on what help is available if you or someone you know needs support with mental health. 

Talk it Out Tuesday: get advice on how having simple conversations around mental health can bring so many benefits to wellbeing. We’ll also be sharing tips to ‘talk it out’ from our Board Member, Julian John, who is the Chief Executive of Cwm Taf Morgannwg Mind. 

Wellbeing Wednesday: find our top tips for taking care of your wellbeing, especially during the Welsh lockdown. 

Thankful Thursday: say thank you to people in our communities who made a huge impact on the lives of their neighbours. We’re also asking you to spread a little thanks and tell us who you are thankful for and why.  

Fresh Air Friday: discover local walking routes to help you get outside in the fresh air and feel better. Help us discover what’s on your doorstep by sharing your favourite local walking routes with us, too. 

Savings Saturday: we are always here to support you with our Money Advice Team on hand, from managing your bills to saving money, we will have some helpful tips available to share with you. 

Supporting You Sunday: find out what support our partner organisations have available to you to help with all thing’s mental health and wellbeing. 

We will be sharing all this and more on our website as well as over on our FacebookTwitter and LinkedIn pages, so follow us to get involved and share your wellbeing tips using #TrivallisWeekofWellbeing. 

If you or someone you know is struggling, we want you to know you are not alone and there is help and support out there to access. Reach out to someone you trust, a doctor or mental health charity to discuss how you are feeling. 

If you need support from Trivallis, please contact us.