The Year of Wellbeing is a campaign from Telford & Wrekin Council that is aiming to boost people’s wellbeing following the coronavirus pandemic.
This year, thousands of people across Telford and Wrekin are making pledges to improve their how they feel as part of the campaign.
As a result, hundreds of people have now made time to go for regular walks, to sleep better, to connect with friends and family more often, and to limit the use of social media.
You can make your pledge to improve your wellbeing today. In return, we’ll send you an email each week for 12 weeks as a helpful reminder of your pledge.
Improving how you feel is about making small achievable changes over time. So each email is packed with simple tips and information anyone can practice in their everyday lives to help control how you feel.
Survey respondents have said how much they have enjoyed being part of the Year of Wellbeing.
- 95% are more motivated to look after their wellbeing,
- 68% say they feel healthier and happier,
- and 99% would recommend the campaign emails to a friend.
Make a pledge to improve your wellbeing
Make a pledge to improve how you feel this year. Once you have made your pledge, we will email you with tips and information you easily can put into practice – as well as helpful reminders to help you achieve your goal.
This is your time to feel healthier and happier – join the year of wellbeing today.
Sign up your organisation to the Year of Wellbeing
Organisations play an important role in supporting the health and wellbeing of staff, volunteers and members. Sign up to get involved with the campaign and to receive local news and information to help improve employee wellbeing.
Tips and advice to improve your wellbeing
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Getting a good night’s sleep is vital to feeling happier. If you are struggling to sleep well then we have some tips to help you out.
Take some time to create a wellbeing plan to improve how you feel. What could be more important than that?
Being active improves how we feel. You don’t need to be super fit though – a little regular activity can go a long way to improving wellbeing.
Employee wellbeing is central to any organisation’s success. Make wellbeing your organisations priority by joining the Year of Wellbeing.
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