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Articles About self-care

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    SEP 17, 2020

    How to increase joy and fight quarantine fatigue

    Cabin fever. Stir-craziness. Stuck-inside-itis. It goes by many names. And with more people staying home during the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s picked up a new one: quarantine fatigue. ... Read More >

    TOPICSCORONAVIRUS & COVID-19healthy lifestyleMental Health and Wellnessself-care

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    APR 12, 2020

    Coping with loneliness

    The need to stay at home and limit contact with others is important right now, but it can be lonely and isolating. Loneliness can take a toll on both our mental and physical health. Try these tips to stay connected and positive. ... Read More >

    TOPICSCORONAVIRUS & COVID-19Mental Health and Wellnessmind body healthself-care

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    MAR 24, 2020

    Why everyone should keep a journal — 7 surprising benefits

    What do Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Frida Kahlo, Leonardo da Vinci, and Frederick Douglass all have in common? Each of these famous figures kept a journal or diary to record their experiences, thoughts, or feelings. Kahlo and da Vinci even used illustrations to express emotions and sketch out ideas. ... Read More >

    TOPICSCORONAVIRUS & COVID-19Mental Health and Wellnessself-careStress Management

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    JAN 02, 2020

    Make time for me-time with these simple self-care ideas

    Life has ups and downs, and self-care can help you manage stress, build resilience, and feel mentally and emotionally strong. It doesn’t really matter what you do — just that you do it for yourself. Since it’s a brand new year, now’s a perfect time to make self-care part of your healthy routine. The mind-body benefits are real, and you deserve it. ... Read More >

    TOPICShealthy lifestyleMental Health and Wellnessmind body healthself-careStress Management

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    NOV 22, 2019

    Stressed about seeing family for the holidays? Here are 6 tips to help you cope.

    Whether it’s the fear of another political argument with your uncle or feeling the absence of a loved one who passed — family holiday parties can be a stressful experience. To help you tackle some of these tough situations, Leigh Miller, LCSW, a therapist and social worker at Kaiser Permanente, shares tips on how to cope with 6 difficult — but common — family stressors during the holidays. ... Read More >

    TOPICSFamilymental healthMental Health and Wellnessself-careStress

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    DEC 11, 2018

    Start fresh — your month-by-month guide for a great 2019

    It’s a new year — and the perfect time to turn over a new leaf. But New Year’s resolutions are often short-lived, sometimes producing more guilt than results. ... Read More >

    TOPICSEat HealthyfitnessGeorgiahealthy lifestyleself-care

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    SEP 07, 2017

    When Georgia caregivers need care, too

    Whether you’re taking care of aging parents, a spouse with an ongoing condition, or a seriously ill friend, caregiving can be deeply rewarding. But it can also be one of the toughest jobs you’ll ever have. ... Read More >

    TOPICSCaregivingGeorgiaself-care

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    SEP 07, 2016

    How to integrate work or school into your life

    Life is hectic — that’s the reality we live in now. Getting the kids ready in the morning, rushing to class or to the office, battling traffic, trying to find a moment to schedule that dentist appointment, clearing time to hit the gym or study during the day. Whatever activities fill your calendar, finding ways to integrate your work or school and your life takes effort. ... Read More >

    TOPICSlife balanceschoolself-carework