Just like our physical health, there are lots of things we can do every day to enhance our wellbeing and boost the way we feel. Here we share some simple things you can try right away, based on the latest science and our favourite Ways To Wellbeing. Chances are you already know some things that work for you, so trust your instincts, have fun and don't be afraid to mix it up.
Introducing our wall of staycation ideas and aroha. Whether it's a living-room boogie or relaxing with a good book, we all have things that are helping us get through, together. Add your idea or message today! View Tool.
For daily mini-missions to help you boost your wellbeing and feel good, download the All Right App today. View Tool.
Hikitia Te Hā is a series of simple te ao Māori breathing exercises that anyone can learn. Focusing on our breathing calms the body and mind, and is a very helpful practice for feeling more present and mindful. View Tool.
How are your energy levels today? Did you know they might be influenced by the marama (moon)? For today's moon phase and some handy info on how it might affect your wellbeing, check out our Maramataka Calendar. View Tool.
Small breaks can make a big difference. Give our online dice a roll for a downtime idea you can try right away – or help us out by adding a downtime idea you reckon others might like too! View Tool.
We love embracing Maramataka as a way of guiding our hauora. If you'd like to order a free printed Maramataka for yourself or your whānau, ka pai – you've come to the right place. This is also the spot for free downloadable Maramataka, which are perfect for classes and group use, or if you'd like to purchase five or more printed calendars, head on over here! View Free Resource.
In everyday life we can all go through a range of emotions. This poster set reminds us that there are lots of things we can do to work through them, and we don't have to go it alone. View Free Resource.
Translated into many languages, these poster and postcard sets remind us that we are not alone. There are lots of things we can do to work through life's ups and downs. Each set contains our ten He Waka Eke Noa artworks and is available throughout New Zealand. View Free Resource.
This colourful poster has tear-off compliments – making it easy and fun to share a kind word! View Free Resource.
In tough times, we all feel a range of emotions. This new series from our Getting Through Together campaign remind us that these changing emotions are totally normal – and that however we may be feeling right now, we're not alone. Sets contain eight posters. View Free Resource.
Our badges come in a range of colours, and are a great conversation starter! Please contact us if you'd like to order these in bulk for events, workplaces, or schools View Free Resource.
These resources feature the Five Ways To Wellbeing – the simple actions that can help keep us well, boost our outlook, and help us build handy 'buffers' so we’re able to adapt more quickly. View Free Resource.
These concertinas feature the Five Ways To Wellbeing – the simple actions that can help keep us well, boost our outlook, and help us build handy 'buffers' so we’re able to adapt more quickly. View Free Resource.
Whether you're keen to boost team morale and productivity, or just bring a little bit of zen to your everyday life, our Downtime Dice can help. Available as a single, duo or box of 24, they're the perfect reminder to recharge and enjoy the things that really matter. View Product.
Habits have a huge impact on our daily lives and long-term goals. Make a new habit stick with a... Habit Stick! And help others forge some cool new changes too. View Product.
During the global pandemic, the world became more accessible, as businesses and organisations moved online. View Article.
Just like the rest of us, lockdown has brought big changes to Sam Whitelock’s life. After a hectic trip home from Japan, the family are now safely home in their bubble on Sam’s farm in the Hawke’s Bay. View Article.
Ready for a recharge? Regular exercise can all boost our energy levels, lift our mood, and make our bodies healthier. View Article.
When Bevan James Eyles looks back at his fondest summer memories it’s not the fanciest presents or the incredible Insta-worthy Christmas dinner that comes to mind. It’s connections. View Article.
How spiritual are you? Find out how to build more spirituality and awe into your life. View Article.
Healthy thinking doesn’t mean you have to be Ned Flanders! But how we interpret situations can make a huge difference to how we feel about them... View Article.
Eating well isn't just good for our bodies – it can also work wonders for our minds. Get the lowdown on the foods you should be gobbling, for a mind and wellbeing boost. View Article.
What do your friends like best about you? It might not be what you think. Looking out for your mates? Manly as. View Article.
Having a go at something new builds confidence and a healthy mind. View Article.
People in Hurunui and Kaikōura are being encouraged to “catch up for a cuppa” View Article.
We all have mental health. Here's what you need to know... View Article.
While we're often happiest when we live in the moment, the busyness of modern life can make it tricky to be present, enjoy our lives and notice the world around us. View Article.
Learn how to exercise your brain, just like you do your body! View Article.
One of the best ways to make yourself feel good is to get out of the house. Being outside, particularly in green spaces, is a proven pick-me-up. View Article.
Feeling busy or burnt out? Even the All Blacks need downtime. Get the inside word from mental skills coach, Gilbert Enoka. View Article.
Try out one of these feel-good actions from our Downtime Dice. They're quick, easy and scientifically proven to help us find calm, recharge and feel good. View Article.
A few minutes of quality downtime can boost our energy, focus, creativity, productivity and happiness. View Article.