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Wellbeing Wednesday - Austerity & Value
Welcome to the final Wellbeing Wednesday before the holiday, and the theme for the day - 'austerity and value'. But first... read issue six of HAB@Home, full of pictures from your Wellbeing Wednesday activities last week.
Today's Wellbeing Wednesday is also in aid of Mental Health Awareness Week; the theme this year is Kindness. If you have a message of kindness for someone in our HAB community, then take the time to fill out the 'kindness form' sent to you this morning in my email.
And keep the pictures and stories coming. We love receiving them! Send your best work and pictures to filishia.senior@Harrisbermondsey.org.uk and we can include your work in the next HAB@Home newsletter. #ProudToBeHAB #CompassionAmbitionRespect.
Ms Filishia Senior
Watch Ms Harris' assembly on Kindness
Ms Harris takes us on a walk for today's assembly on kindness, the theme of this year's Mental Health Awareness Week.
Wellbeing Wednesday 'austerity and value' resource pack
In economics, austerity is defined as a set of policies that the government puts in place to control dept. The government might have to reduce spending or make cuts in certain areas of society, to ensure that the dept doesn’t get any bigger; because of such actions, there are some people in our society whose lives are completely affected by times of austerity in a very negative way; this can also impact your household too. You might find that social distancing has caused your family to make cut backs too, not just with money but with things that might have been a part of your everyday routine. During times of austerity there is often a window were people gather amazing strength and courage and often a time for unshakable belief in innovativeness, some of the most creative ideas come out of austerity.
HAB@Home - our community newsletter
Download issue 6 of our HAB@Home newsletter. Submit your best work and photos from Wellbeing Wednesday to filishia.senior@Harrisbermondsey.org.uk - and we can include your work in the next HAB@Home newsletter.
See previous issues of HAB@Home in our HAB@Home gallery.