Wellbeing self assessment

Directions:

In each of the 8 Wellbeing Dimensions, read each statement and score yourself by circle the number that applies best – 1, 2, 3 or 4.

Now, add up the circled numbers for each of the 4 columns, and put column sum at the bottom of each column.

Finally, add the 4 column totals into one dimension total – for a Total core out of a possible 40.

Note: This assessment of for interest only, and is not professional advice

To start…On a scale of 0 – 100 %, how do you score yourself
Overall, I feel well and whole%

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1 – PHYSICAL WELLBEING

Rarely, if ever

Sometimes

Most of the time

Always

I manage my body in healthy ways1234
I do regular exercise in all of these elements : Aerobic, Muscular, Flexibility, Stability & Balance1234
I get at least 6-8 hours sleep each night1234
I seek advice from health care professionals & have regular checkups1234
I generally feel very good about my health1234
I abstain from harmful habits, such as alcohol and drug abuse 1234
I have a plan for my physical wellbeing1234
I maintain healthy eating that includes fruits and vegetables1234
I read up and know about the physical needs of the human body1234
I protect my general physical health by being aware of and doing the right thing1234
Total :                  <  

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2 – OCCUPATIONAL WELLBEING

Rarely, if ever

Sometimes

Most of the time

Always

I am able to maintain a good work/life balance1234
I take advantage of opportunities to learn new skills that can enhance my future employment opportunities1234
I know & develop the skills necessary for my occupation1234
I have a plan for my work/occupational wellbeing1234
I work safely to protect myself and others1234
I am content with where I am in my career.1234
My workload is manageable1234
I get personal satisfaction and enrichment from work.1234
I have a positive sense of identity, self-worth and contribution to  my work1234
My employer provides a good, safe environment for my work & health1234
Total :                  <  

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3 – FINANCIAL WELLBEING

Rarely, if ever

Sometimes

Most of the time

Always

I understand, or seek to understand, how to manage my money1234
My income matches my lifestyle without overspending1234
I have suitable amount of savings 1234
I am proactive in organising and planning my finances1234
I own my home or plan to own my own home soon1234
I have a plan for my financial wellbeing1234
I actively use bank accounts & bank products to manage my money day-to-day1234
I feel good about my current and future financial situation1234
I know about long-term financial investments1234
I have financial plans for major events in my life e.g. buying a house, retirement, a written a Will, etc1234
Total :                 <   

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4 – SPIRITUAL WELLBEING

Rarely, if ever

Sometimes

Most of the time

Always

I take time to think about what is important in life – who I am, what I value, where I fit in, where I’m going1234
I experience love, joy and fulfillment1234
I follow my belief system (religious, agnostic, atheist, spiritual, etc.)1234
My values guide my decisions and actions1234
I have a sense of purpose & meaning in my life1234
I am tolerant and accepting of the view of others1234
I engage in acts of caring and goodwill without expecting something in return.1234
I am active in communities or causes I care about1234
I have a plan for my spiritual wellbeing1234
I work to create balance and peace in my relationships, community and the world1234
Total :                  <  

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5 – INTELLECTUAL WELLBEING

Rarely, if ever

Sometimes

Most of the time

Always

I use my intellectual abilities in meaningful and satisfying ways that suit my needs1234
I feel aware & fulfilled in my intellectual ability1234
I seek personal growth by learning new skills or subjects1234
I feel capable of assessing & making important decisions1234
I regularly read a book, play an instrument, use a 2nd language, play games / puzzles, or write a journal1234
I keep informed about social, political and/or current issues1234
I have a plan for my physical wellbeing1234
I am comfortable reaching out to others for expert help1234
I can ‘argue my point’ well in discussions with friends and family1234
I embrace new ideas, critical thinking, creativity, and curiosity1234
Total :                   < 

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6 – ENVIRONMENTAL WELLBEING

Rarely, if ever

Sometimes

Most of the time

Always

I spend time outdoors enjoying & and observing nature1234
I reduce, reuse and recycle products1234
I try to lessen my environmental impact1234
I walk, bike, use public transportation or carpool when possible1234
I am concerned about impacts on my local, national and world environment1234
I recognize the impact of my actions on my work and home environment1234
I recognize the impact of my home and work environment on my health1234
I live in a safe, stimulation & supportive environment1234
I have a plan for my environmental wellbeing1234
I consider myself mindful of the world around me1234
Total :                   < 

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7 – EMOTIONAL WELLBEING

Rarely, if ever

Sometimes

Most of the time

Always

I feel emotionally strong and resilient1234
I am able to ask for assistance when I need it1234
I accept responsibility for my own actions1234
I have a plan for my emotional wellbeing1234
I feel good about myself and believe others like me for who I am1234
I am flexible and able to adapt/adjust to life’s changes in a positive way1234
I can express all ranges of feelings and manage emotional behaviors in a healthy way1234
I have found healthy ways to cope with stress1234
I do not let my emotions get the better of me. I think before I act1234
I love and accept myself for who I am1234
Total :                   < 

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8 – SOCIAL WELLBEING

Rarely, if ever

Sometimes

Most of the time

Always

I have a healthy & satisfying social life1234
I am involved in & have a sense of belonging with a social community or group1234
I maintain a network of supportive friends, family and social contacts1234
I have at least one meaningful relationship in my life1234
I am accepting of the diversity of others (race, ethnicity, religion, gender, ability, sexual orientation, etc.)1234
I am comfortable saying ‘No’ to others1234
I have someone I can talk to about my feelings1234
I have a plan for my social wellbeing1234
I give and take equally in my relationships1234
I plan time with my family and friends1234
Total :                   < 

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Wellbeing PERMA

The PERMA acronym is a model of Wellbeing theory in the field of positive psychology, by Martin Seligman. PERMA makes up five important building blocks of wellbeing and happiness:

Positive Emotion : feeling good. Including hope, interest, joy, love, compassion, pride, amusement, and gratitude. From exercise, meeting friends, being out in nature, seeing sights, sounds, smells, tastes…

Engagement : being completely absorbed in activities. Living in the present moment and focusing entirely on the task at hand.

Relationships : being authentically connected to others. Feeling supported, loved, and/or valued by others

Meaning : purposeful existence. Belonging and/or serving something greater than ourselves

Accomplishment : a sense of accomplishment and success. Achievement, mastery, competence, attaining goals…

Wellbeing Service

Services relating to the people & groups served

Experience Type

This is a categorisation of the wellbeing experience activity that, in some way, improves your overall Wellbeing

Entertainment : passive watching where you appreciate the activity or performance

Aesthetic : passively engrossed in the beauty or artistic qualities of an object, and not it’s functionality

Sensory : where the activity engages & focuses on one or two of your 5 senses; touch, sight, hearing, smell and taste

Learning : you actively absorb the experience. The activity enhances your knowledge or a skill

Participation : active participation in the activity, where your actions have an effect on the outcome

Volunteer : freely giving your time or knowledge to help others

Embodiment : putting an idea, thought or concept into a physical form or action

Transformation : an activity that takes you from one state (of body, mind or spirit) to a new desired state

Physical , Occupational , Financial , Spiritual
Intellectual , Environmental , Emotional , Social

Wellbeing Dimension

These 8 Wellbeing Dimensions are commonly used in Wellbeing frameworks, to highlight and seperate the various aspects of our lives.

We use these 8 dimensions to categorise listings for better findability, using the filter options.