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All Right? Campaign update: July 2018

Wednesday, July 04, 2018   Posted in: Healthy Christchurch Notices By: Administrator With tags: newsletter, mental wellbeing, resilience, workplace

Happy July Canterbury! Read on for winter wellbeing warmers, workplace wellbeing thrills, and ways to win.

Arohanui,
The All Right? team

#WinterIsAllRight

We’re not sure if you’ve noticed, but we’ve had quite a few grey, wet days over the last few weeks!

What’s been pretty inspiring is seeing how people in Canterbury are shaking off the winter blues and enjoying themselves despite (or even because of?) the weather!

Share how you’re giving your wellbeing a boost over winter! Simply post a photo on your Instagram page, use the hashtag #WinterIsAllRight, and be into win a family pass to Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools & Spa.

All Right at work?

We can spend a third of our lives at work. That’s 90,000 hours over a lifetime. Obviously the time we spend at work has a big impact on our mental health.

We’ve just launched a website dedicated to providing workplaces with ideas and inspiration to help create mentally healthy workplaces.

view the All Right at work? online hub.

Celebrating kindness

Christchurch barber Ben Scott thinks kindness in the workplace is underrated.

When Scott first started out in 2014 aged 21, he wrote a phrase on his whiteboard, which he then said to himself daily: “Be the employer that you would want to work for”. It’s a mantra that Ben - now 24 - continues to live by.

Read Ben Scott's full profile online to find out more.

Matariki is totes!

Matariki - the Māori New Year - will take place from 6th to 9th July 2018.

It is a time to celebrate whānau and all the precious moments. A time to huddle together and stay warm. To share kai and stories, and farewell our loved ones that have gone before us and give thanks for the prosperous year ahead.

There are lots of ways you can celebrate Matariki. Some ideas to get you started include:

  • Getting your family together for a feast. (Cooking helps warm you up too!);
  • Planting a tree or preparing your vege garden for new planting;
  • Have a quiet moment of wonder and check out the stars on a frosty night; and
  • Attend a local Matariki event.

Matariki is so totes that we’ve created some limited edition Matariki tote bags.
Tell us how you’ll be celebrating Mataraki this year to get your very own! Get in quick as stocks are limited!

Let the good times roll!

Downtime Dice are now available for purchase from the All Right? website.

Order your own downtime dice if you missed out on one in May, or you wanted to give one to a friend, or you’d like encourage a bit of downtime at your workplace.

 

 

 

 


Mauri Ora

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