It’s been another busy week here at Work Safe and Well HQ . This Thursday, 4th February  is Time to Talk day, and as my mission is to smash the stigma about talking about our mental health it’s been a great time to get creative about finding ways to do it.

The message that Time to Change want us to remember today is to understand why the little things matter, and remember that there is power in the small stuff that we often take for granted.

Tonight from 7pm I’ll be talking to Charlie Taylor on BBC Radio Somerset about the recent film project I participated in made by Somerset Film for Time to Change, featuring several volunteer mental health champions talking about ways we can all support better mental health. You can tune in here  and see the film here.

I’ll be talking more about this and all the other creative activities that I use to support my own mental health in the Psykhe Mental Wellbeing podcast with Hannah Stainer from @psykhecoaching  here

On Time to Talk day, I will be joining an event organised by the Birmingham volunteer Champions to share poetry and creative writing in a safe and supportive space, and the following day, attending a conference learning how to use creativity as a healing tool with @PESI UK- more details here.

What creative ways can you find to start talking about mental health with your colleagues, friends and family this week?

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