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For All Our Futures
Impact of giving
Wellbeing is the combination of feeling good and functioning effectively.
Financial stress can be a major factor in our daily wellbeing.
It's okay that we don't always get it right the first time, keep learning and don't give up!
Getting adequate rest and sleep is vital to wellbeing.
What we put into our bodies has a direct effect on energy levels, how our body functions and our overall wellbeing.
Random acts of kindness and giving back to others have proven to make us feel even happier than when we do things for ourselves.
Be more aware of what affects us on a day-to-day basis, our levels of stress and anxiety, and how we can manage our wellbeing.
One of the most effective ways we can improve our wellbeing is to increase our physical activity.
Connecting with other people is really important to our wellbeing.
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