From the LLTTF Blog
It’s Results Day Have you done well, are you happy with your results? That’s great! Have you been surprised-better than you thought? Some of you will have done better than expected and received higher grades. Some of you won’t have done as well as you hoped and...
Most people have problems sleeping from time to time. Sleep problems can often start after an upsetting life event, or they can also be a result of your lifestyle. Read our blog for pointers on how to get into a better sleep routine.
The government has started to implement a tentative plan to get us out of lockdown measures. However, we may not all feel sudden joy at the thought of ‘resuming of normality’ albeit a limited version of what our ‘normal’ used to be. Many of us may be left feeling scared to go out, and still worried about catching the virus. With a long summer ahead, before the children begin to return to schooling, it is important for our health and wellbeing to be able to enjoy the outdoors and make the very most of the good weather while we can, while still being really responsible and keeping mindful of what you’re doing.
The current situation surrounding Coronavirus and disruption to school and education routines means that there has never been a more important time for children and young people to have the emotional support that they need. This blogs aims to explain some of the resources we have created for use by teachers with children and young people.
Gardening, or growing plants not only keeps you physically fit and flexible – it is also excellent for improving your mental wellbeing. Find out how to easily grow your own food at home, while helping your wellbeing.
Living Life to the Full have moved their training workshops online. Our new range of workshops are now available.
Developing kindness- This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. This week’s awareness week is led by the Mental Health Foundation in the hope of driving conversations around mental health issues and raising awareness of to create lasting change.
Celebrating VE Day and reflecting on our Pandemic situation. How do we build on that community legacy of the end of war, with communities at the heart, so we can build and support each other. How can we all play our part?
It is now more than ever it is important to eat well, if you eat as well as you can during this period it will help your physical and mental wellbeing to deal with the current situation and what the coming weeks or months may bring.
Living with a Long term Condition- looking after your mental and physical wellbeing during the COVID19 Pandemic
Looking after your mental health during the Covid-19 outbreak is paramount, as is looking after your physical health. While we are all restricted with our daily exercise, and for some of us spending more time at home than we are used to, there are still plenty of ways to stay fit and active during lockdown.