Feeling Thankful


It’s time to look at what you can do to strengthen your own connections and make sure your friends and family, as well as yourself, feel supported and cared for in this fast-paced world.

Spending real time with people you care about and not just texting or tagging them in a post is the first step to creating a healthy bond. Catching up for a coffee, a walk or a meal once in a while is manageable for even the busiest of people – and is guaranteed to make you feel good.

It’s our relationships with others that really matter and our connections to those around us. Being grateful for your support network and taking the time to tell them how much they mean to you (in person) will make them feel valued and cared for – a win for you both. Remember what’s important, your health (and your happiness) will thank you for it.

See what the students at University of Melbourne are thankful for, and what helps them through diffiuclt times.

UK Government. Fit for Work. How to incorporate the five ways to wellbeing into your working life [Online] 2016 [Accessed October 2018] Available from: www.fitforwork.org