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Take back your lunch break
GetOutside Champion Beki Cadd explores ways that you can make your lunch break more rewarding while at the same time, improving your work place health.
Building a change
After completing the 100 Peaks Challenge, Karl Rushen struggled to re-adjust back at work. Here, he explains how he took responsibility for his own workplace wellbeing.
Give your kids more time
Our lifestyle today means that for the first time ever, our children could have a lower life expectancy than us. Their physical and mental wellbeing is directly related to the amount of time they spend outside.
Just 15 minutes outside
15 minutes a day could be all it takes to improve your mental wellbeing. Find out how #GetOutside Champion Eli Bishop is challenging herself to spend 15 minutes outside every single day this year. Why not join her?
Mental Health in Winter
#GetOutside Champion Emma Cusworth gives us some sounds advice to help keep you smiling this Winter.
How to survive Christmas with anxiety
GetOutside Champion Eli Bishop lives with anxiety. Here she shares her top 10 tips for coping during the festive holidays.
GetOutside for World Mental Health Day
The outdoors can have positive benefits to not only your physical health, but also your mental health. Find out more about how you can decrease stress and improve your mental health by doing some of these simple activities.
A little Gem in London: Putney, Barnes to Chiswick Markets
A small ponder along green lush woodlands, passing old oak trees and wide open spaces along south of the river where the pace is a bit slower and the wildlife from Jays to Woodpeckers awaits you around the corner.
Finding my salvation outdoors
GetOutside Champion Ashley Beolens looks back on his journey with severe depression and how he realised that reconnecting with nature could help with his recovery.
Mental health, getting outside and me
GetOutside Champion Eli Bishop speaks candidly about her own journey with mental health. Being open about her struggles felt like taking a leap off a cliff, but she's learnt that's it's always a positive leap.