There are many ways we have been trying to cope and manage with all of the changes that have been thrown our over the last 18 months.
Crafting, walks, reading and baking are just some of the things we have found solace in.
To say our mental health has been impacted over that period is one of the most obvious statements to make in 2021.
The restrictions imposed on capacities in venues, staying away from loved ones to keep everyone safe and the closure of businesses across the globe have been things we have had to adjust to.
These changes along with many others have had impacted our mental health, as well as our livelihoods and day-to-day activities.
This month is Mental Health Month and today (October 10) is World Mental Health Day.
According to the World Health Organisation, the aim of World Mental Health Day to raise awareness for mental health and wellbeing across the globe.
This year's theme is about ensuring everyone has access to quality mental health services.
These photos capture ways Highlanders and Tablelanders have supported their wellbeing throughout the pandemic.
We have created a list of mental health services you can access in the Southern Highlands here.
A list of mental health services for Goulburn can be found here.
Do you have photos you want to share with us? Send them to Briannah.Devlin@austcommunitymedia.com.au, we would love to see them!