|These six domains of personal wellbeing are also reflected in the following resources:
The Self-Care Wheel:
In this linked article, about halfway down the page you will find “Implementing the wheel as part of overall self-care”.
This is followed by some suggested activities for each of the domains “Self-Care Activities by the Domains of the Wheel”
Further down again, there are some recommended apps which may be useful and lastly, pay attention to “A Take-Home Message”
Developing a self-care plan
In this linked article you will find the 6 domains to which I refer, are further explained.
This is followed by a template for writing a self-care plan.
Once you have created a self-care plan it is important to ask yourself, “what might get in the way?” as identified in the final section "A word of caution:" What can you do to remove these barriers? If you can’t remove them you might want to adjust your strategies. Think honestly about whether any of your strategies are negative and how you can adjust your plan to avoid or minimise their impact.
My premise is, ensure that each staff member’s personal wellbeing is being attended to in a planned and supported manner, in order for whole school wellbeing to then be maximised (in a planned and supported manner).