Making Wellbeing Practical - Me at My Best
1. Think of a time when you have been at your best (when you have been the best possible version of yourself). It might have been when you were doing something you love, or being a great friend or making a hard choice. You may have been alone or with people. Think of how you felt and what others might have noticed.
2. Now write briefly or draw about this time when you were at your best.
3. Finally, identify and write down or talk about what strengths you used in this situation when you were at your best. These are wonderful things to talk about around the dinner table!