Welcome to a hub of our favourite content and resources that we’ve curated to help motivate, educate and energise you to put your wellbeing first over the coming weeks, and months, so that you’re as happy, healthy and thriving as you can be in these uncertain times.
Time has taken on a new meaning in the past week or so, and with our new ‘uncertain’ normal, whether we like it or not, we have been gifted time.
If you’ve struggled before to find the time to prioritise your wellbeing, perhaps now’s the time to focus on that. And there’s much you can do from the comfort of your own home. Why not challenge yourself to come out the other end of this healthier and fitter than ever before?
Within this hub, the POINT3 founders share their 3 favourite books, podcasts and other media, all with an underlying wellbeing theme.
We also share some short movement + mindfulness videos to inspire you to move more and be more mindful… both scientifically proven ways to help manage anxiety and stress, not to mention look after your physical health and immunity.
We hope you find this a useful resource, and hope you and your families remain safe and well.
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So many books, so little time
Science shows that reading has so many valuable health benefits, including helping with depression, reducing stress, and the chances of developing Alzheimer’s in later life. When we read, not only are we improving mental and emotional functions, such as memory and empathy, but research shows that it makes us feel better and more positive too!
Listen with curiosity…
For over thousands of years, since the first cave paintings were discovered, telling stories has been one of our most fundamental communication methods. Our brains become more active when we tell and listen to stories… again a scientific fact. So, why not unwind and take some time out with one of our recommended podcasts… and benefit from activating different areas of the brain, and learning something at the same time.
Variety is the very spice of life
Learning new information or points of view is not only useful for our personal development, but research shows it can also improve our mental and emotional wellbeing too. Learning can boost self-confidence and self-esteem, help build a sense of purpose, and help us connect with others.