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All Right? Campaign update: May 2017

Wednesday, May 03, 2017   Posted in: Healthy Christchurch Notices By: Administrator With tags: newsletter, mental wellbeing, resilience

Kia ora

Do you want to do more of the things that make you happy and healthy? We’re pretty sure you do – that’s why we’ve come up with our revolutionary new Habit Stick!

Habit Sticks make it easier to make good habits stick. And having good habits matter because the little things we do every day can have a big impact on our lives.

Want your very own Habit Stick? Keen to win a Fujifilm Instant Camera? Then read on...

The All Right? team

Make a tiny Habit Stick.

Find out about this Habit Stick

It may look like a 13cm piece of cardboard cleverly designed to resemble a piece of wood, but it’s much more than that!

Put simply, the All Right? Habit Stick makes it easier to make good habits stick.

All you need to do is write down the tiny habit you want to adopt and give yourself a tick on the stick every time you achieve it. Before you know it, your Habit Stick will be full of ticks and your new habit will be something you do every day without even thinking about it.

It's simple, but it works...

The Habit Stick brings all the science on successful habit formation together, helping dramatically boost your chances of success.

Research shows that you’re much more likely to successfully adopt a new habit if you make it small and achievable, write it down, do it daily, and track your progress.

Nearly complete Habit Stick with many ticks.

Enter your tiny new habit and win

Tell us your new habit and you could win a Fujifilm Instant Camera and film! Entries close Sunday 7th May.

Enter and get your free Habit Stick.

Check out heaps of habit ideas on our website - check out a few below if you want some habit inspiration.

Working on complimenting someone every day - Toby.To knit daily to help me relax - Susan.

Walk to school - Roanne.Play the guitar once a day - Emily.

Breathe. Pause. Meditate for 5 mins - Holly.Go for a walk at lunchtime - Mali.

Take time to enjoy my meal - Holly.Go to bed before 10.30pm - Melissa.

All Right?We're always keen to hear your stories, thoughts and ideas. Get in touch with All Right?

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