What is the #MyHealthFirst campaign?

Jean Hailes for Women's Health identified that the two biggest barriers to women not maintaining a healthy lifestyle is ‘lack of time’ and ‘health not being a priority’. The #MyHealthFirst social media campaign aims to encourage women to start putting their health first and make positive changes. Women from all walks of life are asked to share a selfie on their favourite social media platform to show that they’re going to start putting their good health first.

How to be involved

Launching and continuing from Wednesday, 1 August upload a selfie sign posting number one (pictured below)
Use the below suggested caption to share the good health message and encourage your followers to do the same
Use the hashtags #MyHealthFirst, #WomensHealthWeek and tag @JeanHailes

Message for women:

I’m putting #MyHealthFirst. To all those women who hold the fort, run the show, coach the team and steer the ship. It’s time. I dare you to show that you're putting your health first too. Join in by tagging incredible women and put your 'selfie' first! #WomensHealthWeek 3-7 Sept @JeanHailes

Message for men:

To all the remarkable women I know, start putting your health first this #WomensHealthWeek 3-7 Sept. I invite you to put your 'selfies' first to show your health is number one! Tag your friends and dare them too. #MyHealthFirst @JeanHailes