The science is in! To really rejuvenate both body and mind, turn off the emails, and also, spend a bit longer being away.
On the other hand, shorter work days, or alternating short and long days of work can balance productivity with social/emotional benefits. Find out more here.
Tired of the polarization of American politics? Want to break out of the information silo popular media skews people into? Read how some folks find knowing an issue requires the ability to argue passionately for both sides.
No one wants to have to prepare for a fire, flood, or heart attack. But we get to. This article gives sage guidance on how self-care leads to community care. And while a bear attack might not be imminent, walking into a tense meeting can also use some emergency preparedness.
Whoever coined, "hell is other people," probably died a lonely person. What seems apparent from lockdown is that humans are social animals and need interaction. Here are some guidelines that can help going back to the office.
It's not only fun, it is healing, a way to connect and build community, and can also strengthen mental acuity as well as firm the body. Put on some music and go wild!
Developed sooner, and brought to fruition for health-care providers during the pandemic, immersive environments can reduce stress and promote well-being if you can't get out in nature itself.
While the emphasis seems to be on "To Do" lists, try another tactic, "Got Done" lists. Celebrate all that you have gotten done in this day, in this year, in your life, with this uplifting article.
Read about this person's deep dive into what helps with sleep, the new "exercise" for your well-being. (And I do so love coffee...)
Well, if sleeping is the new "exercise," add taking a long bath. It turns out that a hot soak is at least as beneficial as a long run.