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Live It Well – Six Ways to Wellbeing

Welcome to Live It Well. Live It Well is a website that is designed to  promote better wellbeing and mental health for all of the residents in Kent and Medway, and to help people connect with support in their local communities.

We are also promoting the Six Ways to Wellbeing campaign, the Six Ways to Wellbeing are easy and simple things that can help improve your wellbeing. So why don’t you take up the Six Ways to Wellbeing? The Six Ways to Wellbeing are small changes you can make to your life which can make a big difference. The Six Ways to Wellbeing – connect, give, take notice, keep learning, be active and care for the planet – can lift your mood and help you to cope with life gets stressful.   Go to the Six Ways to Wellbeing and see how people in Kent are doing simple, enjoyable things that make a big difference to how they feel.

Six Ways to Wellbeing

You can keep in touch with us by either subscribing to our once a month email by completing the newsletter box in the right hand column, or you can follow us on facebook by clicking here or going to: www.facebook.com/LiveItWellKent or on twitter by following @liveitwelluk.

Remember if you have any suggestions or ideas for the Live It Well website, if you want to publicise a wellbeing event or have any news or stories of experiences you want to share we always want to hear from you contact us by clicking here. Let us know your ideas and suggestions for the future or anything else you would like to see on the site by clicking here.

Above we have listed some key areas that might be of interest but if you want to find something specific and don’t quite know where to find it contact us and we will do our best to help you.

The Wheel to Wellbeing video was created and produced by SLaM as part of their Wheel to Wellbeing project.

Live It Well is promoting better wellbeing for Kent and Medway and the Six Ways to Wellbeing. Get better mental health and improve your wellbeing with Live It Well. Live It Well has been designed as an online tool for better mental health for all.

The Wheel logo is (c) SLaM and this video was created and produced by SLaM www.slam.nhs.uk.

January 2016

http://www.time-to-change.org.uk