Want to feel more productive, motivated and happier? Weave in some activity into your working day.
If you’ve pledged for Active Worklife or just looking for some more ideas, you’re in the right place. We’ve got plenty of ideas on how to improve your work/life balance, like exclusive mindfulness sessions, hints and tips on working at home, regular exercise ideas to fit into your day and much more to inspire you. Keep an eye on this page, we’ll be releasing new tools as Active Wellbeing goes on, to make sure you’re fully supported in getting active.
Find out how one of CSSC’s volunteers used our Physical Activity Fund to get active by giving her time to transforming her local village’s remembrance garden. Check out the difference it has made and get some tips.Find out more
A small amount of activity every day can do wonders for your health and productivity. Chairobics will help you get just a little more active in your working day, with some gentle exercises that you can do at your desk. The great thing is that it’ll only take 6 minutes to complete.Watch the video
As we find ourselves adjusting to new ways of working, it’s important we look after ourselves and always prioritise our health and wellbeing.Find out more
Have you have been thinking about setting up an activity in your workplace, but don’t know where to start? We spoke to Anna, a member from London who successfully set up Yoga in her office with a little help from CSSC’s Physical Activity Fund.Find out more
Only a third of UK workers say they take a proper lunch break, with many giving reasons such as workload, stress levels and workplace culture as barriers. But are you really helping yourself or your employer if you decide to work through?Find out more
When working hard we can easily forget to look after our mind and body. Read our list of tips that will help you to add activity into your worklife.Find out more
Mindfulness has been proven to reduce anxiety, improve cognition and help treat depression. We’ve created our short video as an introduction to guided mindfulness. Take no more than 10 minutes out of your day to give time to yourself, reflect, pause and refresh.