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See Me: Walking and Mental Health in the Workplace

As Mental Health Awareness Week  draws to a close, See Me‘s Dr Patty Lozano-Casal discusses how walking can create opportunities to talk about our mental health in the workplace and signposts to some helpful See Me resources. Employers in Scotland are getting better at encouraging employees to stay active in the workplace. For example, in our office we […]

Your best #TeamSelfies

It’s week 3 of the 2019 spring Step Count Challenge, and last week we asked you to send us your #TeamSelfies to win a £50 voucher for a team lunch. Here’s some of the best entries we received! Angela Taylor sent in a pawsome photo of her team, “Tour De Dog”, who have been keeping […]

Clear your mind and boost your focus with a short walk

For this week’s blog post, we invited Mary Allison, who is currently completing a PhD on the impact of the Step Count Challenge, to write about how even a short walk can boost your focus and concentration. “Ever had a time at work when you simply can’t think straight anymore? Did you know that even […]

Team work: friendly fun or fearsome fighters?

For this week’s blog post we asked Mary Allison, who is currently completing a PhD on the impact of the Step Count Challenge, to write about how working as a team can help people stay motivated throughout the challenge. “So, it’s that time of year again, when colleagues tap us on the shoulder and ask […]

8 ways walking more can improve your health

Getting out for a lunchtime walk is a great excuse for a chat with your workmates and a chance to re-charge, but does walking more really improve your health? Here’s 8 facts about walking and health that’ll have you signing up for the Step Count Challenge in no time. 1) Being physically active reduces your […]

 

 

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