Joyful June

Welcome to the month of June, where the days are longer, the sun shines brighter, and joy seems to be in the air. As we embrace this beautiful time of year, it's the perfect opportunity to shift our focus towards finding joy in everything around us.

At Wellbeing Enterprises, our dedicated team believes that joy is not something to be chased or found only in extraordinary moments; it is a state of being that can be discovered in the most ordinary of circumstances. With this belief at our core, we have curated a collection of ideas and activities to help you have a Joyful June.

This month, we invite you to explore the power of small joys and discover the incredible impact they can have on your overall well-being. From practicing gratitude and mindfulness to engaging in creative pursuits and nurturing meaningful connections, our team has crafted a roadmap to guide you towards a more joy-filled existence.

So, join us this June as we embark on a quest for joy. Let us open our hearts to the beauty that surrounds us and uncover the simple pleasures that bring us happiness. Together, we can make this month a celebration of joy, well-being, and a reminder that even in the midst of life's challenges, there is always something to be grateful for. Are you ready to embrace the Joyful June ahead? Let's dive in!

Take times to meet up with friends you haven't seen in a while. I've been doing that a lot recently and have made time to do the same in June. 

Matthew, Wellbeing Link Worker.

Try finding joy in giving. For example buy a coffee, if you can, for somebody who you wouldn't normally - a colleague or friend. To give is not only one of the 5 Ways to Wellbeing but it's a great way to find joy.

Vicky, Wellbeing Link Worker

Why not write a letter of gratitude to thank someone or create a playlist of uplifting songs to listen to.

Lynn, Wellbeing Manager

When going on a familiar journey by bus or train take a look out the window and take in the scenery. Concentrate on what you can see rather than a phone or a newspaper

Malcolm, Wellbeing Link Worker

My top tip is to get outside and see the beauty of nature. There's so much joy to be found in our parks and it's also a great way to get some exercises too. Why not join us on one of our wellbeing walks.

James, Wellbeing Manager