Haith's Greener by the Day - January Edition

Haith's Greener by the Day - January Edition

Wreath-Making Session

Rachael hosted a festive wreath-making session. Everyone who joined in showcased their creativity and brought home something special, to celebrate Christmas.
 
 

Secret Santa

The office got in the Christmas spirit by holding its annual Secret Santa & Christmas Raffle.

Tiggywinkles Podcast guest!

Steve, the chief vet at Tiggywinkles, took part in our latest podcast.

Haith’s App

Haith’s now has its very own app! Check it out here: https:// apps.apple.com/us/app/haiths-bird-food-finder/id6474260137

Christmas Jumper Day

On December 7th the team celebrated Christmas Jumper Day for "Save the Children”. Learn more here: https:// www.savethechildren.org.uk/ christmas-jumper-day 

Rufus the Robin

The team worked incredibly hard to bring Rufus the Robin to life. From the graphics, email campaigns, price changes, factory packers and shop hampers, a huge well done to everyone involved!

New Year’s Resolutions

As we bid farewell to 2023, some of you might be thinking of some New Year’s Resolutions. This can be a powerful way of starting the new year on a positive foot. Here are some tips:

Start Small, Dream Big – Set realistic goals and give yourself time to achieve them. Small steps lead to success!

Share your Resolutions – If you feel comfortable, share your resolutions with your friends and family. Having a supportive environment around you can be helpful, especially if you have a big goal in mind.

Growth Mindset – Having a growth mindset is a vital skill to develop. We all face challenges in our lives and situations we haven’t encountered before. The important thing is to learn how to deal with it. When working on your resolution, you might get to a stage where you just want to give up. Having a growth mindset will help your goals flourish!

Celebrate Achievements – This is a big one. Give yourself a pat on the back and celebrate your achievements! This will help encourage you to keep going and act as a good bit of positive reinforcement. Also, if you find yourself struggling, don’t be too hard on yourself. Just try your best.

If you’re struggling to think of a New Year’s Resolution, you might find the following suggestions helpful… 

  • Read a set number of books throughout the year.
  • Volunteer for a cause you're passionate about.
  • Practice mindfulness or meditation daily. · Cut down on processed foods and sugars.
  • Establish a regular exercise routine.
  • Create an emergency fund. · Improve communication with loved ones.
  • Be more present during conversations and activities.
  • Try a new cuisine or cooking technique each month.
  • Develop a habit of positive self-talk.
  • Buy products from brands that prioritise sustainability

Until next month, it's a Happy New Year from us.

Julianne, Charlotte & Ed

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