With 1 in 4 people in England experiencing mental health issues every year, it’s so important that we look after our mental health now and in the future. There are many things that you can do to assist in promoting positive mental health, from outdoor activities to mindfulness activities. As passionate outdoors people, we thought we’d take a look at some outdoor activities that are known to promote positive mental health and improve mood.
Let’s face it, we love those sunny winter days, but the sun can fool you into thinking that it's warmer than it is outside. It's important to make sure that you have the right kit to keep you warm in the cold weather and you probably have the usual coat, hat, gloves, scarf, and maybe even some thermals.
The real question is... do you have a pair of socks to keep you warm as well as comfortable? If not, keep reading as we take a look into our range of Bridgedale socks.
For what was probably the first time ever, 2020 saw the closure of gyms and leisure centres, a place where people would visit to workout and have an hour to themselves and relax. With these being closed, outdoor activities and exercises have fast become one of the only other options to keep you fit and get your daily exercise fix in, aside from home workouts such as the ever so popular ‘PE with Joe’.