‘Blog Well for Wellness’ seminar in Newry library

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Thursday, February 21st, 2019
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Libraries NI has teamed up with leading social media influencer and digital marketer Cathy Martin to deliver a series of wellness blogging seminars across libraries in Northern Ireland.

The workshops, Blog Well for Wellness, will cover both creative writing tips as well as how and where to look for connections and community around wellness online, and will take place in Omagh, Dungiven and Newry libraries on 26, 27 and 28 February.



Julie Reid, Libraries NI Service Development Manager responsible for Health said, “Libraries NI is committed to promoting positive health and wellbeing for all through access to a range of free services, resources and events and we are conscious that Blogging and Vlogging are becoming increasingly popular platforms to share information and experiences.

“These Wellness Blogging seminars will equip attendees with the relevant online tools required to engage and inspire others to improve their health and wellbeing,” she added.



Cathy Martin said, “I have noticed that people ask me for lifestyle and wellness tips all the time on social media, it is a growing interest for all of us as we seek to optimise our physical and mental health, and in fact one of my most popular blogs is a simple one on how to hydrate and drink more water every day.

“I’m no medical expert, but these workshops will allow individuals to learn how to use creative writing or vlogging to discuss their own wellness journey as well as understanding how to join a community online to gather information, stay involved and share experiences and pathways,” she added.



The seminars can be booked using the following links:

Omagh: https://blog-well-for-wellness-omagh.eventbrite.co.uk
Dungiven: https://blog-well-for-wellness-dungiven.eventbrite.co.uk
Newry: https://blog-well-for-wellness-newry.eventbrite.co.uk



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