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Encouragement for the New Year

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On working from home:

Our houses have turned into offices, schools, gyms, and restaurants. Prioritize your well-being by setting boundaries and separating work from home.

Working from home in the middle of a pandemic can add extra stress to an already busy time of year. Talk with your co-workers about how you’re doing and remember that a stigma-free workplace is actually healthier and more productive.

On New Year’s resolutions:

It takes 30 to 60 days to make a new habit stick or to break an old one. Start with small goals and remember to strive for progress, not perfection.

January can feel like a sprint after some time away from your regular routine. Be mindful and stay in the present moment this month.

On Exercising:

 Remember when gym class was the highlight of the day? Bring the fun back to movement by finding something you actually enjoy – your body and mind will thank you.

Exercise: From strength training to Zumba, there’s an activity for everyone (and you can do it from your very own living room!). Finding a workout routine that you enjoy will make it feel less like work and more like fun.

On winter blues:

The days may be short, but they certainly feel long when we’re stuck at home. Beat the cabin fever by getting out even for just a few minutes each day. Fresh air, activity, and a change of scenery are good for your well-being.

January can be a difficult time for mental health between lack of daylight and dreary weather. With an ongoing pandemic, prioritizing mental health is crucial. Take time to de-stress with your favorite activities – whatever they are.

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