The following readings, podcasts and exercises may be of interest:
Five Ways to Wellbeing, New Economics Foundation
Connect, Be Active, Take Notice, Keep Learning, Give...a five part framework to support your wellbeing in day-to-day life.
Psychological Benefits of Walking through Forest Areas
A research article by scientists in Japan and Korea demonstrating improvements in mood after forest walking.
World Health Organisation - Mental Wellbeing: Resources for the Public
The WHO provides quality information regarding practical skills to cope with stress in the form of an Illustrated Guide.
The Science of Happiness Podcast from Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center
This podcast provides accessible and motivating information about all aspects of wellbeing and how it can be improved based upon research.
Self Compassion practices, Dr Kristin Neff
The website of renowned self-compassion expert Dr Kristin Neff features a series of exercises to cultivate self-compassion that can be accessed for free.
the huberman lab podcast, dr andrew huberman
A free video series featuring information about tools for health and wellbeing based on the most cutting edge science.
healthy minds framework & app, center for healthy minds
An overview and explanation of a framework and app for mental wellbeing based on research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
menopause and wellbeing centre, newson health uk
Resources on perimenopause and menopause from a centre for excellence and world leading provider under Dr Louise Newson GP.
forestry england's guide to forest bathing
An accessible resource supporting you to get started with forest bathing, including a handy download.
therapeutic yoga with dr arielle schwartz
The YouTube channel by Dr Arielle Schwartz Clinical Psychologist who freely shares accessible practices for soothing the nervous system,