We help you consider all areas and put together a financial plan that helps you to achieve your financial goals
Looking for Financial Advice?
Book a no obligation call with one of our experts
Now more than ever, it is a time when many are investing into nurturing all aspects of their wellbeing, whether that be physical, emotional or financial.
With spring just around the corner and whilst we have all been asked to adhere to the governments ‘stay at home’ guidance for a little while longer, we thought we’d share with you some ideas to help boost your holistic wellbeing.
You may remember that in a recent edition of ‘Stay in Touch’, we shared with you news of our partnership with Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, in our ongoing commitment to supporting stronger environmental protection, wellbeing and the improvement of public spaces for the benefit of local communities.
Our friends there have been busy promoting ways in which you can get closer to nature, from how to build a nesting box for birds in support of national nestbox week, to how you can get involved with your own outdoor space. These initiatives not only benefit local wildlife and the environment, but they can boost your own wellbeing too.
It is widely acknowledged that exposure to nature can have a positive impact on our physical and mental state. From prompting weight loss and improving memory, to reducing stress; the benefits are plentiful.
Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust recently undertook a study*, which highlighted a positive side of our shared lockdown experience last year. People spent more time outdoors, explored new greenspaces and noticed more wildlife than ever before, with encouraging results. Some of the key findings included:
Whilst a return to some sort of ‘normality’ seems to be on the horizon, hopefully we can all continue to benefit from exploring local green spaces and increasing our exposure to nature in the future.
There are so many ways in which we can do this, whether exercising outdoors, growing plants or food in our gardens, caring for animals, stargazing or birdwatching from the comfort of our armchairs, there is something to suit everyone.
By supporting a charity which works towards the protection of nature, or which helps make our green spaces more accessible, the benefits are multi-fold, both for ourselves, others and the environment.
The Wildlife Trusts have some great resources on their website about the positive impact of nature on our wellbeing and ideas of how you can connect with your local wild spaces, or simply help wildlife at home.
Please also remember, in these challenging times especially, that your financial adviser is always on hand to offer reassurance and advice with regards to your financial plans and wellbeing. They are only ever a phone call or email away.
*Full survey results can be found here.
Our Financial Advisers are available on the phone so please contact us if you have any questions.
This communication is issued by Capital Professional Limited, trading as Ascot Lloyd. Ground Floor Reading Bridge House, George Street, Reading, England, RG1 8LS. Capital Professional Limited is registered in England and Wales (number 07584487) and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN: 578614).
This communication/presentation is for information purposes only. Nothing in this communication constitutes financial, professional or investment advice or a personal recommendation. This communication should not be construed as a solicitation or an offer to buy or sell any securities or related financial instruments in any jurisdiction. No representation or warranty, either expressed or implied, is provided in relation to the accuracy, completeness or reliability of the information contained herein, nor is it intended to be a complete statement or summary of the securities, markets or developments referred to in the document. Any opinions expressed in this document are subject to change without notice and may differ or be contrary to opinions expressed by other business areas or companies within the same group as Ascot Lloyd as a result of using different assumptions and criteria.