Wellbeing at Work are commissioned by Plymouth City Council to deliver services to businesses in Plymouth or to those businesses with over 50% of their employees having a Plymouth postcode.

Nita Dodd – flexible retirement and wellbeing

Nita Dodd – flexible retirement and wellbeing

I started my mental health nursing career in 1985, and I am lucky enough to belong to the 1995 pension scheme, which essentially means that I can take my full pension at 55. So on 29th December 2020, I will be taking the required 8 day break in service and in...
Feeding garden birds is good for your wellbeing

Feeding garden birds is good for your wellbeing

Feeding garden birds is good for your wellbeing We top up our bird table regularly with bird seed and the food doesn’t last very long.  We attract pigeons, blackbirds, robins, tits, collared doves, rooks and jackdaws.  We also have some hungry grey squirrels who like...
Using Tinned Food

Using Tinned Food

As an alternative to fresh foods we thought you would like to know why you should consider tinned foods instead.  Using tinned foods can help increase your daily intake of nutritious foods and boost your five a day too. Tinned fruit and veg can be just as healthy as...
Notice your surroundings!

Notice your surroundings!

Notice your surroundings! Take some time to enjoy the moments that you are outside and notice the environment around you. Switch off to notice wildlife and nature and it will help you to destress. I have started to take my mobile phone out with me on my daily walk so...
Working from Home Day One

Working from Home Day One

Jenny – Wellbeing at Work Advisor Day one of working from home and I have some assistance from one of my fur babies called Bluebell.  Do you know that pets can help reduce workplace stress and nurture productivity? Unfortunately Bluebell cannot type or contribute to...