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Taking care of yourself is one of the most important things, but if we’re honest, it can be quite the struggle at times. Put yourself first with these easy wellness ideas.

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Being kind is cool – and it matters now more than ever

For some of us, the COVID-19 outbreak has been a chance for us to slow down and recharge, but its also not lost on us that many Kiwis are struggling with being in isolation. Putting focus into your mental health is more important now more than ever but if you don’t know where to start, we have a few resources and articles to help you stay calm and keep moving forward.

Remember, self care is not selfish.


Taking care of yourself should be your number one priority but it can be challenging at times. Sometimes we let our own insecurities get in the way but sometimes its because adulting is hard AF and taking a daytime nap is can be our main goal.

Wherever you are in your personal journey, making sure you take time for yourself so you can work on your mental, physical and spiritual health is important.

Coming into winter we need to keep our bodies happy and healthy in this cold!

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