What's the latest?

Viewing blogs by tag: physical-wellbeing

December Wellbeing Challenge 2018

Sasha Austin-Seade | 1st December 2018

DECEMBER!!! You're finally here. I think it’s time for Christmas music. It’s never too early for Christmas music I hear you shout and I’m inclined to agree. (turns up the music a little louder to drown out those that object 🎄) New month, new challenge. And to round off the year I’m giving you a nice simple challenge. (There’s no such thing as an

Read more

Lillian's Space .. Peer Support

Sasha Austin-Seade | 15th June 2018

We have the wonderful Lillian taking over the blog again and this time she's sharing her experience as a Youth Mental Health Champion. If you missed her last post check it out here. During the last academic year, I trained to be a Youth Health Champion. This was an amazing and insightful experience where I learned a great deal about what it means

Read more

Change

Sasha Austin-Seade | 19th April 2018

Ever wondered if change could be easier? If we could skip the uncomfortable part, straight to the part where it's fun again? Alas, change doesn't work like that. I'm going through a year of change in my life. The truth is as much as known these changes are coming, it hasn't made them any easier. Some of them are exciting, part of 'growing up' and

Read more

March Wellbeing Challenge 2018

Sasha Austin-Seade | 1st March 2018

Welcome to March, How did we get to the third month of the year already? Your challenge for this month is all about honesty. For the next 30 days be honest about your thoughts and feelings. I deliberated a lot about setting this as a challenge because I'm pretty sure we all would say that were honest or try to be right? Wait did you just tell a l

Read more

#240in24

Kieran Murphy | 23rd February 2018

They came, they saw, they conquered! We have been raising funds for our work with the young people across the town by arranging a 240km run - completed in just 24hrs, non-stop through the day and night at Archers Gym. The heroic runners from local companies, schools and charities stepped up and actually made 251.8km in the time and have raised hu

Read more

240in24

Kieran Murphy | 8th February 2018

10am Friday 16th February will see a team of people including Kieran Murphy, Director of Phase are taking on a huge challenge of running 240KM in 24hrs! It will all be happening at Archers Gym, in Hitchin. Why such a challenge I hear you ask? It is all to raise money to continue and grow the work of Phase. Almost everything Phase delivers is free

Read more

Shine a light on.. Body Image

Grace Read | 19th January 2018

We all have a body. And everybody’s body is different. This is a BRILLIANT thing. A truly wonderful thing. We are all different, which means we cannot be compared to each other. We are incomparable! Woohoooooo! And yet…and yet! Somehow, we feel as though we should conform, as though we should fit in. Be a bit more this or that. Have a bit more hair

Read more

Out with the old, in with the new

Kieran Murphy | 5th January 2018

Happy New Year! 2018 is here and there are many things to look forward to over the next 12 months, here are just a few: Commonwealth Games Fifa world cup (perhaps England will make it out of the groups stages!) The Royal Wedding (awaiting my invite) Avengers: Infinity War The Great British Bake Off (I'm told this is very popular) 1.5 days of good

Read more

January Wellbeing Challenge 2018

Sasha Austin-Seade | 2nd January 2018

Happy New Year and Welcome to 2018 from all of us in the Phase team. A new month means only one thing a new wellbeing challenge. January often makes us think about the year ahead and new beginnings. New Year's resolutions are often filled with a pledge to diet, exercise or some variation/ combination of the two. The proof of this is the spike in g

Read more

End of year reflection

Sasha Austin-Seade | 8th December 2017

Only 23 sleeps left of 2017 😱😱😱. The new year is just around the corner. This time of year often brings with it reflection. Refection about the years gone by and the one we’re just about to leave as well as the one we’re heading into and the future beyond it. So why do we need to reflect? The life we live is a journey and along the way we learn

Read more

Go To Sleep

Sasha Austin-Seade | 17th November 2017

Book review Go to sleep: Peaceful thoughts for active minds by Sarah Planter Sleep is rarely one of those things I struggle with, I tend to be someone who has the problem of either sleeping too much, or sleeping but still feeling overly tired when I’ve woken up. I decided to look into ways of how to sleep better when recently a few people in my li

Read more

October Wellbeing Challenge

Sasha Austin-Seade | 30th September 2017

Hello and welcome to October Autumn is my favourite season. I love that I can wear warm clothes again without people looking at me like I’m strange and I love the colours. It’s the beginning of another month which means another challenge and this one is definitely going be a challenge. No Sugar for the next 31 days 😱. Wait don’t exit the page, ye

Read more

September Wellbeing Challenge

Sasha Austin-Seade | 1st September 2017

Hello and welcome to September School are starting back, holidays are over and we all need to back into that rhythm of having a scheduled routine (some more than others). What a great time to schedule in some white space, so that it becomes part of our daily rhythms. Back in November, I wrote an article all about white space and now seems like a p

Read more

FUN FUN FUN

Sasha Austin-Seade | 11th August 2017

Summer is here, the moment we’ve all been waiting for… I think someone may need to tell that to the sun. Sometimes we build our lives waiting for that perfect moment to do something we like or enjoy but why can’t that day be TODAY. How about making the most of today and creating the moment instead of just expecting the moment to happen someday. We

Read more

August Wellbeing challenge

Sasha Austin-Seade | 1st August 2017

Hello and Welcome to August. We're hoping you had a great time being social last month and if you missed Rebekah's article on building relationships take a quick read now. They say laughter is the best medicine. The problem is we don’t do it enough. Studies have shown that kids tend to laugh 3 times as much as adults. We need to be doing more. He

Read more