Feeling blue? We're here for you
Good days and bad days can be different for each of us.
As the cold and wetter months seem to go on and on and on, it’s understandable if we all might be feeling a little lower than usual.
After the challenges of the last few years, it’s more important than ever to take time to check in and give ourselves a little TLC. So, why not take a break, grab a biscuit, and check out our top tips, tricks and recommendations to give you a bit of a boost this January?
Take a minute for you
Fancy a brew? Meet up with a mate with 10% off at Starbucks or unwind at home with 15% off Twinings or (if tea's not your thing) top savings on Pact Coffee (who are offering 30% off your 1st, 3rd and 5th bag when you order online!).
Need to talk?
One of the most practical and productive things we can do to protect our mental health, however, is take time to talk about our feelings with someone we know or – when needed – those with the professional skills to offer support.
Mind’s Blue Light programme offers dedicated mental health support for the emergency services
Frontline19 provides free, confidential psychological support for the NHS and frontline services
The Samaritans offer emotional support 24 hours a day, in full confidence. Just call 116 123
Anxiety UK runs a helpline staffed by volunteers who each have personal experience with anxiety. It’s available between 9:30-5:30, Monday to Friday. Call 08444 775 774
StepChange provides help and information for people dealing with a range of debt problems. Call 0800 138 1111 for free or visit their website.