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All Right? Campaign update: August 2017

Wednesday, August 02, 2017   Posted in: Healthy Christchurch Notices By: Administrator With tags: newsletter, resilience, wellbeing, mental health

Kia ora

We’re not sure if you’ve noticed… but it’s been all systems go at All Right? over the last few weeks. We’ve…

And of course, like you, we’ve also been busy trying to keep warm, dry and free from cabin fever. It hasn’t always been easy (who’s idea was it to have school holidays in the middle of winter?!).

But good news everyone… Spring starts next month!

The All Right? team

Winter Got You Feeling Blah? 

Muddy child smiling.You’re not alone! We’re not sure whether it’s the rain, the cold, being stuck indoors, or not feeling the sun’s warm rays on your face, but whatever it is, that wintry blah feeling can be hard to shake.

It’s important to remember though that even in darkest, coldest winter, there are things you can do to look after your own wellbeing.

Finding ways to incorporate the five ways to wellbeing into your day is a great place to start!

We’ve also got a whole ‘Feeling Good’ section on our website packed with ideas for embracing who you are and enjoying the good things in life.

Take the Load Off

The Mental Health Foundation has just launched Take the Load Off - a new online Like Minds, Like Mine campaign to reduce mental illness stigma and discrimination.

One of the things we love is the list of simple things people can do to end mental illness discrimination on the Take the Load Off website. We also love it how you can thank those who have taken the load off for you!

Take a load off: Just hanging out makes a difference.

What city secret would you like to share?

We’re stoked so many people have been using our pimped out Open City parking meter in Cathedral Square.

We know it’s been busy issuing sweet inner city adventures because our friends at Gap Filler keep having to replace the paper roll!

You can also add your own favourite free thing to do on the Open City website. If your suggestion is inside the Four Avenues it could magically zap itself into the parking meter. And if it’s something outside the Four Avenues then people will be able to discover it on the Open City website.

Find out more about our friends at Gap Filler.

Open City banner.

Kia ora from Kaikoura

We were recently given some Lotteries funding to support people in Kaikoura and Hurunui, and we came up to Kaikoura yesterday to learn more about what's happening wellbeing-wise.

Our newest team member is Kaikoura resident Rachel Vaughan. She has introduced us to some amazing and passionate locals and we've had some great discussions about what All Right? could look like in Kaikoura.

We're currently recruiting someone to help us in the Hurunui region, and will be doing a similar roadie on the other side of the Kaikoura ranges soon!

All Right?We're always keen to hear your stories, thoughts and ideas. Get in touch with All Right?

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Healthy Christchurch Champions

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  • Environment Canterbury
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  • Ngai Tahu
  • NZ Police
  • Pegasus Health
  • University of Otago, Christchurch