Today we continue a special 5 Ways to Wellbeing campaign to get you thinking about looking after yourself and others during these Coronavirus times. It's so important!

Today's 5 Ways to Wellbeing theme:

Keep Learning small

Learning something new and gaining knowledge is an essential criteria in our lives.

It is important to keep learning and trying out new things.

At times we might not be able to get the hang of things on our first go, but it’s important to never give up a keep trying!

You could discover a new subject or the history in the past.

There are many things to learn from home such as learning to sew, reading a book or a magazine, cooking a new dish, learn to play a musical instrument and so on.

This YouTube video has been posted by Mike Boyd (a YouTuber) early this year. He demonstrates a good range of skills you should learn during lockdown. These skills are really interesting and you’d possibly find them interesting too, enjoy the video!

(To watch please click on the 'read more' button below'.

Key messages:

Why is learning important?

How do you keep learning?

There are many resources that help us keep learning.

These resources include but are not limited to textbooks, software and programs, reading materials, videos and recordings.

Check out virtual museum tours around the world and learn about the history of different countries:

Our 5 Ways to Wellbeing campaign

We will present a different 5 Ways to Wellbeing theme and activities each day this week to get you thinking about how to improve your health and lifestyle.

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This campaign has been produced by La Trobe University students Adriana Goscha and Ali Aletabi as part of their placement with Bendigo Community Health Services.

Day one theme - Be Active: Check out our blog from day one click here

Day two theme - Take Notice: Download a special 5 Ways to Wellbeing resource pack pdf click here (639 KB)

For more information on ‘Keep Learning’ visit the 5 Ways to Wellbeing website:

To learn more about 5 Ways to Wellbeing at Bendigo Community Health Services click here


Last updated: September 16, 2020