Start A Journey Towards Ultimate Well-Being (Guide)

In order to achieve the ultimate definition of “wellbeing”keep things simple and get the basics right. Good health is built on the foundations of adequate sleep and rest, a nutrient-rich diet and physical activity. Here are the distinct statistical factors you should devote space for on your resolution list:

Physical Wellbeing: Having good health and enough energy to get things done on a daily basis. Those who have high Physical Wellbeing have mastered routine healthy habits. They exercise, eat healthy, and get adequate sleep, which boosts their energy and productivity. While managing our health has obvious benefits in how we feel and operate on a daily basis, committing to implementing healthy habits also has less obvious ties to all other elements of wellbeing. 

A healthy lifestyle gives us the tools to strengthen relationships and engage with our communities, provides the energy required to invest in a fulfilling career, and saves money in the long run, supporting our financial security.

Career Wellbeing: Simply put, career wellbeing is how you feel about your job today, your career prospects tomorrow and how your work is helping you achieve what you want out of life.Thus, how you occupy your time, or simply liking what you do every day. “People with high career wellbeing are more than twice as likely to thrive in other aspects of lives.


Elements Of Career Wellbeing

Let’s reflect on the times you have really enjoyed. When you reflect on those times you might see a pattern. You:

  • Understood what was important to you.
  • Had a goal that work was helping you to achieve.
  • Surrounded by people you trusted and respected.
  • Used your strengths and really enjoyed being challenged.
  • Understood the practical reality of getting things done in the organisation.

Those that have mastered career wellbeing wake up every morning with something to look forward to, have an opportunity to do things that fit their strengths and interests, and feel they have a deep purpose in life, and a plan to attain their goals. They’ve also mastered work/life balance, taking more time to enjoy life outside of the work place, which results in them loving the work they do everyday.

Social Wellbeing: The heart as well as blood pressure of people with healthy relationships respond better to stress. Have strong relationships and love in your life. Our social life plays a large role in our overall health and happiness. Social wellbeing is having close relationships that helps you achieve goals, enjoy life, and be healthy; so deliberately spend time investing in the relationships which brings joy to you; make time for vacations and social gatherings with friends and family; having a lot of love in your lives, gives you a positive outlook.

Financial Wellbeing: Financial wellbeing is about a sense of security and feeling as though you have enough money to meet your needs. It's about being in control of your day-to-day finances and having the financial freedom to make choices that allow you to enjoy life. When it comes to our happiness, it’s not really about huge numbers in your savings account that increases wellbeing, but instead financial security seems to be key. 

Those with high Financial Wellbeing manage their personal finances well, spend their money wisely, buy experiences aside material items. These strategies result in a financial security that eliminates daily stress and worry about debt, and also provides some degree of freedom to do what you want, which aids in social wellbeing by granting you the flexibility to spend time with others.

Community Wellbeing: This is the sense of engagement you have with the area where you live. To achieve community wellbeing, at a basic level, we need safety, a home that meets our needs and a community we take pride in. When this criteria is met, people tend to want to give back and make a lasting contribution to society.

Altruism is a trait that has consistently been linked to happiness. The researchers found that more than 23,000 people surveyed reported an emotional boost from doing nice things for other people. The contributions of those who have high community wellbeing may start small, but people tend to get more and more involved over time.

The trick to achieving a better well being is to create short-term incentives for long-term goals. You must aligned your daily actions with your long-term objectives. With that framing tactic in your back pocket, you will become the master of your own wellbeing.


When we talk about over all wellbeing, we’re not just talking about only the physical kind where you cut yourself. Let's talk about emotional wellbeing. Emotional wellbeing is the ability to acknowledge events and circumstances in our lives that may hinder us to move forward. It’s a process that allows us to take control of our thoughts, feelings and emotions.

Emotional wellbeing can stem from many circumstances. During and even after these events in our lives, we usually start to experience feelings of stress, anxiety, depression or even self sabotaging behaviours, which can eventually overwhelm us.

If you’re thinking, “I’ve never experienced any of those situations, but I still do have those pretty crappy days.” It’s important to remember that everyone at some stage in their life may experience times of distress. Regardless of what event or circumstance you have come across, it’s crucial for you to acknowledge your situation, let yourself be present, feel all of the emotions and let nature run its course.

Now here comes the good part – the beginning of the healing process. 
When we are healing emotionally, it can be hard to see the light at the end of the tunnel and it’s easy to miss signs that we are actually getting better. So here are some subtle signs to show that YOU ARE actually in fact getting better, or at least heading in the right path.

You start to feel happy for no reason – Feeling random bursts of happiness is a very good indication that you are on the mend. It shows you are starting to enjoy life again and starting to see the good life has to offer.

You start to enjoy music again – Do you hear a song pop up on the radio or your Spotify playlist and then all of a sudden start to rock your head to the beat or sing to the lyrics? People who aren’t in the best emotional state tend to miss the joy music can bring us, so when you start to really feel the beat, this is a great sign that you are starting to feel joy again.

You look back at the past and embrace it – It’s important to remember that what happens in our past, doesn’t determine our future. Once you start to realise this, it means that you are able to look at the future as an opportunity to live your most fulfilled life and use the past as learnings on how you can better yourself.

You begin to step out of your comfort zone – When we are in a negative headspace or situation, it’s easy to shut ourselves from the world. The moment you start to accept invites, catch up with friends or even ask for that promotion at work, you begin to build confidence and self worth within yourself which is an important part towards an over all well being.

Your energy levels improve – When our emotional well-being takes a nosedive, energy levels tend to drop as well. You start to feel grateful – In a tough situation, it’s easy to overlook all of the positive aspects within your life. As you begin to heal, you become more aware of the good that surrounds you. From the delicious cup of coffee to the sun peaking through the clouds to the friends and family you have, you start to appreciate the little things in life.

Although everyone’s journey is different, we all have the capability to heal from within. It may not be an overnight transition, but it’s important to remember that time heals all. Don’t forget to lovingly accept the rewards you are receiving from all of the hard work you are doing.

Simply, well-being is being and feeling well, physically, mentally, financially and socially. It's the experience of health and happiness.

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