The Wellbeing Planner is a great tool to start planning your week and setting yourself bigger goals. You will also find our score sheet which enables you to find out where you currently are, and build plans to get to where you want to be.
In this section of the wellbeing planner you will be able to find sheets to start to plan your week and set yourself bigger goals. You will also find our score sheet that enables you to find out where you currently are, and build plans to get to where you want to be.
Anger is an emotion that can be very overwhelming. Isorropia Foundation have put together some pointers to help you manage and conquer this difficult emotion.
The team at Isorropia Foundation have put together some advice, skills and tools you can use to help you begin to manage some of your fears.
Gratitude is such an important part of well-being and scientifically proven to increase happiness if practiced regularly.
Uncertainty can often feel unbearable. In this introduction we will begin to look at what accepting uncertainty may look like.
This thought diary is a uselful tool in helping you manage difficult thoughts and emotions. Give it a try!
We all need a little boost sometimes and by feeling and thinking more positively we are able to influence our general wellbeing.
Some of our most common difficulties in life can arise from poor assertiveness and communication skills. Isorropia Foundation have designed the following leaflets to assist you in your communication and assertiveness skills.
At Isorropia Foundation we believe in healthy coping strategies, take a look at our coping strategy toolkit and perhaps add some of your own ideas.
Gentle exercise is important in maintaining well-being, this yoga routine will give you a few basic yoga poses to get you started.
At Isorropia Foundation we strongly believe that everyone has a purpose and that purpose is usually driven by our passion. This worksheet helps you to understand what yours may be.
We’ll all experience stress at some point in our lives. Some stress can be beneficial, however if we experience too much stress it can impact our wellbeing and become harmful to our health. We have put together some advice to help you cope with stressful situations.