Looking after our mental wealth

Practical ways to build resilience, restore balance and improve well-being

 

I wrote mental wealth on purpose in that title (kudos to you if you spotted that!). 

 

Why?

 

Because I am on a mission to change the way we all think about mental health and emotional well-being.

 

We all have it. Without it we would not be able to achieve the remarkable things we do – both individually and collectively in organisations - and that means we should value what we have.

Why?

 

Because when we value something, we are more inclined to look after it.

Oftentimes though we take our mental health for granted and ignore signs that things are not right which can lead to us suffering from stress, anxiety, depression, even burnout.

 

I help individuals to proactively care for their mental health and well-being (mental wealth) so that they can do, be, create and achieve all that they wish to in their personal and working lives.

Learn: about my background

Practice Notes

The blog was created to encourage and help you take care of you. 

 

The techniques are some of those shared in work-life coaching sessions and the mindfulness courses I teach.

Many of the articles are inspired from having provided mental health and wellbeing support in workplaces for the past 5 years, whilst others are created in response to reader's questions.

You'll also find the occasional opinion piece mixed in. 

Stay awhile: read a little

Work-life coaching

I coach people who are feeling unsettled or struggling due to something at work.

 

I can help, if you're feeling worried about a change or have lost interested in your job. Maybe you are suffering with workplace stress or checked into Burnout Hotel?

 

I know about all those places and I can help you get back in control, managing your load and mastering your work-life.

Learn: about work-life coaching

Mindfulness Training 

Learning how to use mindfulness changed my life.

 

It had such an impact on my emotional well-being that in 2017 I decided to qualify as a workplace mindfulness trainer. I did this with The Mindfulness Exchange, a spin-off from the University of Oxford Mindfulness Centre.

 

And now, I see others find the same benefits when I share with them how to bring mindfulness to life. 

 

​As well as teaching people privately and in workplaces, I use this blog to share everyday mindfulness practices along with other ways to protect our mental wealth. 

Take a look: 1-2-1 mindfulness training

Get in touch

I am always pleased to hear from those who have found their way here so do free to leave a comment under articles or send me a message.

Take what you want, leave what you don't want.

Take care of you.

 

Read: What people say about my work 

PRACTICE NOTES

Practical ways to build resilience, restore balance and improve well-being at work

by Tracey Hewett

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