Farming and crofting isn’t just a job – it’s a way of life. It’s one of the most rewarding careers but can present a unique set of challenges which are often out with our control.
Farmers and crofters are great at caring for their livestock and crops, but often don’t give themselves the care and attention they need to perform at their best.
Looking after your wellbeing helps to build resilience to face the challenges and pressures agriculture throws at us. Being more resilient enables us to bounce back from any personal or business setbacks.
By supporting your mental and physical health and wellbeing you will be able to perform at your best, fulfil your ambitions, and enjoy your working career.
Come along and join the Caithness Women in Agriculture Group on Tuesday 12th December at 10:30am in the Ulbster Arms Hotel where
Fiona MacIntosh from “More than Motivation” will be in attendance to talk us through ways to combat the stresses and strains that life can throw at us.
Katrina Sutherland from Country Spa in Lybster will also be discussing health benefits and looking after yourself.
As we are fast approaching Christmas, we will be offering everyone a Christmas lunch before finishing up the event at 2pm.
This event is free to attend.
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