Learning for Wellbeing

Although it may feel as though this year there haven’t been many reasons to be thankful, being appreciative of what we have or do is good for our health.

In our latest newsletter Setting Goals and Dreaming Dreams you will find some simple ideas for getting started with looking at ONE DAY AT A TIME. Small, manageable tasks to nourish your mind and prepare you for facing bigger goals. There are also some top tips to help your children with setting goals and achieving them.

Remember “You are never too old to set another goal or dream a new dream” C. S. Lewis


Handy Top Tips – Get moving

Handy Top Tips – Stop Over-thinking

Please take a look at our ‘Handy Top Tips’ and see a list of websites below that may be able to support you.


Find out the latest advice on face-coverings, managing your feelings and your wellbeing at www.mind.org.uk.



To find information about mental health support near you go to Connect to Support Lincolnshire.



You can leave your home once a day for exercise by yourself or with your household, your bubble or one person from another household if on your own. Further Government guidance can be found here.  Walking is free and simple! The NHS offer some advice with where to start and the organisation Walking for Health provide some Top tips to stay motivated. The winter season holding you back? Well here are 10 reasons to love winter.

Having good emotional health doesn’t mean that you should feel good all the time. Find out how you can have the skills and resources to manage the challenges everyday life brings at Healthline – Emotional Health.

We all need some extra help at times. If you feel you need some support to enjoy life more or to feel you could make better choices go to Every Mind Matters to find out how to get some support.


Healthy MindsHealthy Minds Lincolnshire have developed a range of online workshops to support children/young people and families learn new strategies to manage a variety of emotional wellbeing concerns. Find a list of their workshops here.




Every Mind MattersKeeping in touch with people we trust is important for our mental wellbeing. Look at NHS anxiety tips for the facts and advice about how to cope if you are worried about the coronavirus situation.


Have a look at some Handy Top Tips.

Learning from Lockdown – Reducing Stress

How to cope in a crisis


Read our other Stay Connected! newsletters:

January 2021 – Setting Goals and Dreaming Dreams  

December 2020 – Attitude of Gratitude

November 2020 – The benefit of Rest

October 2020 – Self care isn’t selfish