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All Right? Campaign update: December 2018

Wednesday, December 05, 2018   Posted in: Healthy Christchurch Notices By: Administrator With tags: families, newsletter, mental wellbeing, Relationships

Kia ora. We're not sure if you've noticed... but there can be lots of stresses at this time of year - growing to do lists, pressures to buy (and receive!) amazing gifts, and nailing that picture perfect, instagrammable, selfie.

But do these things really bring us happiness? All Right? is challenging Cantabrians to reflect on the moments that really matter this summer.

We reckon it's the simple things that stand out in our memories, years down the track. Like a trip to the beach with the whānau, backyard cricket on Boxing Day, staring at the stars, or sharing kai with friends.

The holiday season doesn’t need to be an expensive black hole. As your own memories will attest to, the best things in life are free. 

Arohanui,
The All Right? team

It's the simple things

When Christchurch fitness guru 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. Connections with people, with nature, with cool experiences.

“Long summer days, backyard cricket, eating ice-cream at the beach. That’s the kind of moments that matter.”

Read more making simple things matter.

Give something great

When it comes to gifts, the evidence is clear that experiences bring the most bang for our buck in terms of happiness and wellbeing.

Check out our online Gift Generator if you want some gift inspiration or how to spoil someone. There is something for everyone! From compliments to culinary delights to helping someone with a chore - there’s no excuse for not giving a whole lotta love. And there's no wallet required!

Treat yourself to some digital downtime

Being away from our screen allows us to slow down and focus on the things that matter most.

It can free us up to do the things that really matter, like enjoying the outdoors, spending time with the whānau, or giving something new a go.

A holidays digital detox could be just what the doctor ordered.

 

 


Until next time, e noho rā

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