To shine a light on mental health awareness week, our team compiled a list of our favourite mental wellness resources- from people to podcasts, books to apps, here’s what we love for prioritizing our minds.


“We provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. We campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding. We won’t give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect.”


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App that specialises in making meditation easy and accessible to all. Guided meditations are curated to help with general meditation, sleep, stress and mindfulness.


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An app that acts as an online gratitude journal to make it easy to write down what you’re grateful for everyday. Build streaks, and create “pods” to share with your friends and family.


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Ten Percent Happier

A mindfulness app that guides you through meditations and provides you with practical teachings so you can learn to meditate on your own.

I am app

An app that sends you various notifications per day with affirmations to help you build a positive mindset.

The Happiness Lab

A podcast is hosted by Yale’s most popular psychology course’s professor, Dr. Laurie Santos. Learn about the new scientific discoveries and the history of happiness in cultures and religions worldwide.


NABS is here to improve the wellbeing of everyone in the advertising and media industry.

Nick Wignall

He’s a clinical psychologist who teaches about struggling with emotions and emotional resilience. Example blog post: Self-Sabotage: Why You Do It and How to Stop for Good

The School of Life

This Youtube channel is full of advice on life issues and understanding what lies at the core of our problems. Beautifully narrated by its Co-founder, psychologist and author Alain de Botton.

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

A podcast about happiness in which Gretchen and her sister Elizabeth talk about mental health in a lighthearted way, offering tips for understanding ourselves better.


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