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take Notice

What does ‘take notice’ mean and how can it help improve my wellbeing?

Taking notice of the world around you is one of the ‘five ways to wellbeing’ *

Taking notice and being aware of the world around you enhances your understanding and helps to reaffirm your values and what matters to you - recognise, appreciate, savour and reflect on everyday moments. Examples of taking notice may include:

  • Noticing the beauty of nature
  • Recording your thoughts and feelings
  • Appreciating a piece of art, culture or architecture
  • Valuing time spent with others
  • Savouring something you really enjoy e.g. food, sport or a special occasion

Suggestions for things to ‘take notice’ of and appreciate in St Helens include:

There are also many fine parks, pubs/restaurants, golf courses, listed buildings and areas of natural beauty to explore - check out www.visitsthelens.com for further information.


* source: Foresight Project Mental Capacity and Wellbeing (2008)

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