Wellbeing Wheel

This tool is designed to help you think about wellbeing, health and wellness and what it means to you. What are the elements that help you to feel at your best so you can thrive in all you do for yourself and others.

Step 1 – Identify the key areas of wellbeing, health or wellness. Some ideas are listed below to get you started, but we are all unique so think about what it means to you. Between 6 and 10 areas is ideal

Step 2 – Put each of these areas onto a circle. Each one should be an equal segment of the circle.

Step 3 – Now consider on a scale of 1-10 how well you are doing in each of the areas. 1 is poor, 10 is excellent.

Step 4 – What does the picture look like? Where are you doing well? Where could you do more?

Spend some time thinking about how you can improve just one area of your “Wellbeing Wheel”, once you have reached a point you are happy with turn your attention to another area. Decide for your chosen area:

a) What 5 things could you do to start to make the changes?

b) What 1 or 2 things will you now do?

c) What other support do you need to make the changes possible?

See the examples below.

Be sure to review and celebrate your progress as you go.

Example key areas you could include:







Fresh air



Work life balance

Mindfulness and Meditation

Examples of simple changes:

Take control of your time – plan and organise your week at the start of each week and add in your wellbeing activities as appointments not to be missed.

Try a meditation app such as Headspace or Calm for a week and see how you feel.

Allocate some time for baking and cooking healthy meals for the week ahead.

Book in some time at the start of each month to connect with the people who are important to you.

Make one small change each week to improve your wellbeing.

Enjoy exploring your wellbeing and let us know how you get on. For further support please get in touch.