Lockdown or no lockdown, St Patrick’s College guidance counsellor Chris Fouhy is going over and above to support the wellbeing of his school community. View Article.
Parenting and caring for tamariki can be hard at the best of times. For simple tips, words of wisdom and info to help you and your whānau through this tricky time, check out this awesome new Mental Health Foundation resource. View Article.
If you’re a manager or workplace leader you can have a direct impact on the welfare and wellbeing of your employees. View Article.
Top tips for looking after mental health and wellbeing during COVID-19 and beyond. View Article.
We’ve all had to temporarily change our social habits over recent weeks, as we get up to speed with video calling each other, but for John and Jill Wilson, there’s an unexpected hiccup to all of this close angle camera work. View Article.
How we spend our time can really help lift our spirits. There are proven things we can do to help do just that (and the best part is, they need not cost a cent!) View Article.
Technology like FaceTime and Zoom has made keeping in contact with whānau easier during Covid-19 but as Vivienne shares, when your family members are living with dementia, it adds a new level of challenge. View Article.
Bring some wellbeing magic to your bubble, with free activities to help kids find calm and feel good. And hopefully they will make your life a little easier too! 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.
Our current situation is affecting us all in different ways. For those of us that are already managing mental distress or illness, this can be an even heavier load to bear. View Article.
Doing three simple actions can help overcome division and build a more peaceful, kinder community. View Article.
We're calling on people to champion Getting Through Together in their communities. Here's how you can help View Article.
Our Muslim community is coming up with innovative ways to mark Ramadan – together yet separately. View Article.
“Everyone’s home situation is going to be different, so there is no way we can expect students to have certain capabilities right now and how they’re dealing with things is going to be different as well.” View Article.
There are times when we just might need an extra bit of help. If you or someone you know is struggling, there is free help available through a variety of online tools and helplines. View Article.
Looking after ourselves and each other in a COVID-19 world is more important than ever. Here are some simple things we can all do to give our wellbeing a boost and help our community get through. View Article.
Wellbeing tips for both managers and staff working through the pandemic (who we're immensely grateful to!) View Article.
Kate Montgomery is an expert in self isolation. It’s certainly not a title she’s taken on by choice. The fact she has now been labelled as an expert on the topic also makes her chuckle. View Article.
At 94 years-old, Grandad George has learned how to Facetime so he can stay connected with his whānau. View Article.
“Be the employer that you would want to work for." View Article.
Health and wellbeing is an intrinsic part of the culture at this Canterbury social enterprise. View Article.
“A lot of it is understanding that people do have their own issues in life and things that can affect their mental wellbeing. It’s about walking in their shoes." View Article.
Pepa Stationery owner Ami Muir is helping to put a little good back into the world. View Article.
While overall our rainbow community is optimistic and many things are getting better, our research found that many LGBTQIA+ people still face significant obstacles to their wellbeing. View Article.
It’s never too late to grow your brain's capacity to learn and to solve problems. It’s simply a matter of developing a growth mindset! View Article.
Te Reo is an essential expression of Māori culture and identity, and an important contributor to wellbeing, as is learning stuff and trying new things! View Article.
Do you sometimes jump out of your skin at the sudden sound of a door slamming in the wind? It could be the Startle Effect. View Article.
Here we share Cantabrians' amazing love and pearls of wisdom for those affected by November's 7.8 earthquake. View Article.
If you're looking for ways to support your tamariki after a scary event, these resources can help. View Article.
Digital devices help us connect with loved ones, keep us up to date with breaking news, and even track our steps! It is hard to imagine life without them now. View Article.
Ready for a recharge? Regular exercise can all boost our energy levels, lift our mood, and make our bodies healthier. View Article.
Going through a disaster or a big shock takes a toll on all of us and coping is not always easy. Good mental health helps us carry on and deal with all that life throws at us. 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.
It’s universally accepted that investing is workplace wellbeing is worthwhile. View Article.
Small breaks away from technology can have big benefits - at home and at work View Article.
From increased productivity to happier staff, there’s heaps of reasons for workplaces to invest in wellbeing. View Article.
There’s a saying in business, “What gets measured, gets done.” View Article.
Feeling blah at work? Try these five simple actions View Article.
The Five Ways to Wellbeing at Work Toolkit supports New Zealand workplaces and their people to flourish. View Article.
Matt and his crew are stepping up and showing what modern manliness looks like. View Article.
Five tips to help you get back into the swing of things at work View Article.
All Right? has worked with Cantabrians from a variety of different cultures to reinterpret the Five Ways to Wellbeing into eight different languages: Farsi, Nepali, Chinese, Korean, Amharic, Arabic, Hindi and Somali. View Article.
Greg is Johnny's best mate. He is manly as (and can talk about feelings all day long). View Article.
Discover Ōtautahi's amazing Māori healers, well-being practitioners and whānau services, with the help of this new directory. View Article.
Aaron Hapuku celebrates being Māori through an ancient weaponry practice. View Article.
From teenage (and tween-age!) years are times of great change. There's a lot going on. View Article.
Having a predictable routine can help both younger and older children feel secure and happy. View Article.
We asked parents on our Facebook page what they do during the school holidays and got some pretty amazing ideas, as we're sure you'll agree! View Article.
It's normal for kids to feel worried or anxious about heading back to school after the holidays. Here's some simple steps you can do to support them. View Article.
How can we grow great minds and great people? Find out more about children's brain development. View Article.
Aroha mai, aroha atu. Get easy tips on strengthening and enjoying your whānau. View Article.
The teenage years are renowned for being challenging. For kids and parents alike! Here we explore how to stay close and navigate this important phase. View Article.
Free parenting apps that can make the world’s toughest job just that little bit easier. View Article.
Looking for resources that teach kids how to manage worries, be kind and feel good about who they are? Here are our top picks! View Article.
It seems that what it means to 'be a man' is changing. We reckon it's time to lose the old 'harden up' mentality, and look to the future of manliness. View Article.
Be a mate! By talking about "the real stuff" we can let other guys know that we're cool for them to do that too. View Article.
Our culture influences so much about us – it is, after all, a key part of our identity and it can even shape our first experiences of life. View Article.
How spiritual are you? Find out how to build more spirituality and awe into your life. View Article.
Empathy is, at its simplest, awareness of the feelings and emotions of other people. 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.
How to build a life of fulfilment, happiness, and meaning. View Article.
What does it mean to be smart? It turns out that having a high IQ, impressing your friends with your mastery of a Rubik’s Cube, or being your quiz team’s superstar, isn’t everything. View Article.
Discover your strengths and the benefits of putting them to use! View Article.
What does living brighter mean to you? Check out our top tips for playing to your personal strengths. View Article.
If you’re keen to form a new habit, the #1 thing you can do is look for ways to make it EASY! Find out how to get some quick runs on the board. View Article.
Ready for a recharge? Regular exercise can all boost our energy levels, lift our mood, and make our bodies healthier. 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.
We all know that having a good night’s sleep is one of the best things we can do to recharge our batteries. View Article.
A few minutes of quality downtime can boost our energy, focus, creativity, productivity and happiness. View Article.
Even if we're rundown, tired or stuck in a bit of a rut, there are simple things we can do every day to feel good. View Article.
In tough times we can go through a range of emotions. This campaign reinforces that it's all right to work through it in our own way, and to reach out to those around us. View Article.
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.
He Waka Eke Noa highlights the simple things we can do every day to look after ourselves and others, reminding us we're all in this together. View Campaign.
We are strongest when we look after ourselves and others. As we band together to get on top of Covid-19, one of the very best things we can do is to tune into the simple things that help us feel good. View Campaign.
Tiny Adventures is our very own, totally free app! It's filled with easy and fun activities to do with your kids – even if you've got just a minute to spare. View Tool.
Launching during Pride Week, our rainbow campaign is a celebration of Ōtautahi’s amazing LGBTQIA+ communities, offering love, hope and the reassurance that being exactly who we are is more than all right. View Campaign.
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.
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.
Chitter Chatter helps kids aged 5+ learn all about emotions and how to manage them. Fun for all the whānau, this cool new game can also help with building social skills and empathy. View Campaign.
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.
Why do habits matter? Well, our habits shape nearly 50% of our daily lives. And while a habit can seem completely insignificant in isolation, when we do it day in and day out, year after year, the impact can really add up… View Campaign.
Keen to make someone's day? Our Kindness Generator is full of fun, easy and free ideas for sharing a little love. The best bit? As one of the Five Ways To Wellbeing, giving tends to make us feel pretty great too. Get into it! View Tool.
Check out our list of free Canterbury parenting courses, for every age and stage. Or if you live outside Ōtautahi, free support is available seven days a week, via Parent Help, on 0800 568 856. View Tool.
Getting clarity, setting an intention, and recording our goals can really help when it comes to forming a new habit. Add the habit you're eager to create to our wall, and you'll be one step closer to making it happen! View Tool.
Our Downtime Dice are a handy reminder to relax and recharge, because small breaks can make a big difference to the way we feel. View Campaign.
Being a parent can be very awesome... it can also be pretty full-on! Our parenting guides offer simple tips and tools for surviving the ups and downs while helping your kids to stay calm, manage worries and feel good. View Tool.
Here we celebrate all things Pacific! Why? Because connecting with our cultural values, language, activities and traditions builds strength, supports our wellbeing and helps to foster a sense of belonging. View Campaign.
Kia ora tātou! These activities are all about connecting with our whānau and culture. There's something for everyone from helping your kids learn their pepehā, to having fun with waiata, tauhokohoko and games like tū kōhatu. View Tool.
Knowing your strengths isn’t just interesting info. When used in our daily lives, our strengths can have a positive impact on our happiness, relationships and life satisfaction. Discover your hidden strengths today! View Tool.
Grab a photo with our free rainbow filter, and as well as inspiring others, you'll be reinforcing that whoever we love, however we identify, and whatever our story – being ourselves is more than all right. View Tool.