Beauties, you know we’ve always been passionate about advocating wellbeing and selfcare. Its at the heart of everything we do.

So today, for World Wellbeing Week, we thought we’d share some of our favourite wellbeing tips from across the years. These tips are simple, practical, and easy to incorporate into your daily routine. Whether you’re looking to boost your physical health, strengthen your relationships, or find more joy in your everyday life, we’ve got something for you….

 Get in those stepswalk

Do you know how amazing walking is for you?

“You do not have to walk for hours. A brisk 10-minute daily walk has lots of health benefits and counts towards your 150 minutes of weekly exercise, as recommended in the physical activity guidelines for adults aged 19 to 64” says

Walking is incredibly beneficial—it reduces tension, increases blood flow, and provides an opportunity to connect with nature if you can walk in a park or garden. Grab a friend for extra motivation! You’ll probably feel more energised for the rest of the day too.

 Seek out connection

Relationships with others are one of the key aspects of our emotional happiness. The closer you are, the more supported you feel.

Connect with those who are already in your life – but also make an effort to meet new people.

There is limited research on the topic of loneliness, but we do know that it can have severe impacts on our physical health; Loneliness, living alone and poor social connections are as bad for your health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. (Holt-Lunstad, 2010).

Reach out to friends and family, you’ll feel more supported and valued when you’re connecting to others which will raise you up. Build positive relationships with people who are positive and who appreciate you. Helping others too can also help to reenergise you and help you find meaning.

Do something for you

From enjoying your favourite hobby, learning something new or simply taking time to relax, it’s important to do things that make you happy. One thing you can do is set some soft goals, find a few hobby or start learning new skills… it can be a great way to meet new people, build your self esteem and feel a sense of achievement.

Free your mind

Free your mind… write stuff down. It’s often said that writing things down is cathartic and one of the best ways to clear your mind and make space for new thoughts and growth. Some of us like doing this first thing in the morning as a brain dump for the that are in our mind as we wake up, allowing us to face the new day with more headspace. Others like to do it at night… try them both and see what you notice.

You could also take some time to write down things you’re thankful for, to notice positive things in your life. It’s easy to fall into negative thought patterns, to lean towards negative thoughts and emotions. By sitting down and writing down what you’re thankful for, naturally over time you’ll become more positive. You won’t have to force it as much, giving less power to negative emotions and redirecting them. Writing down the positive things can also help make them feel more real, instead of thinking about what might happen. You’ll find yourself looking for the good things in life more often!


If you’re feeling overwhelmed by external noise, take some time to disconnect and focus on yourself for a time. Take some time to switch off, whether that’s from people or electronics. Try and spend a day disconnected from your phones etc, or spend the evening switched off and have a little ‘digital detox’. Reconnect with nature and take a breather, it could help relieve some of that tension you’re storing up.


Spend 5-10 minutes just focusing on your breathing. It’s amazing how often we forget to just breathe… you may find yourself unconsciously holding your breath and this reduces the oxygen to your brain and leads to the build-up of stress hormones.

Breathe in for 7 seconds and out for 11.