Wellbeing Blog

Read our blog to stay informed on our latest news and be inspired when it comes to living a happy, healthy and positive lifestyle.

Discover all things wellbeing, including recipes for eating well, advice on getting the most from physical activity, and top tips on activities to do with friends and family.

For news and media enquiries contact marketing@mytimeactive.co.uk  

When the organisers of the 2019 Leisure Care Summer Party found out the night before the event that the number of attendees had grown to more than 40, they needed a little extra help to make the day special for everyone.


Congratulations to the ArtsTrain team for ten years of amazing work!

Primetime member with instructor in the gym

If you’re not a natural athlete and you feel like you don’t fit in at the gym, then you may relate to this term.

Many people have good intentions but find it hard to find the confidence and motivation to do regular physical activity.

Being active can help you lead a healthier and happier life, but it’s easy to slip out of your exercise routine. Perhaps you’ve been busy, or just fallen into bad habits.

People in a yoga class starting their wellbeing journey

Have you lost your focus when it comes to fitness? Maybe you’ve been too busy to be active? Before you know it, you start feeling low on energy, and your weight may have changed.

Swimming is a great way to stay active and healthy. An all-round exercise, it can be particularly beneficial to older people, as water reduces the strain on body joints.

If you’ve recently started a new fitness routine, congratulations! The first step is always the hardest, so you should feel very proud.

When it comes to staying healthy, what you eat is just as important as how active you are.

The Mytime Active team knows how hard it can be to give your family a healthy, balanced diet, so if you fancy trying something new, we’ve listed six easy food ideas below:

Ideally, everybody should exercise daily. The NHS recommends 150 minutes of physical activity over a 5-day period.