We fell behind on updating readers about all the going ons at #WellnessWednesday, but we are back and have a full week worth of readings ready for you. We have a lot to share, so let us get right to it:
Seeking Control: Managing Change. April stood out as the moment many of us became increasingly aware that we were not going to be moving on from COVID for a while. Jessica brought us a good look at managing change that still resonates today.
Navigating Sleep in Quarantine. Good sleep habits keep us healthy. Those habits are often anchored by our normal school and work week, which has been quite disrupted over the last few months. Jessica takes a look at how we can bring those old habits back to help navigate stress and stay healthy.
Five Things That Have Helped Get Me Through Quarantine. Jessica gives us a nice little list of activities and strategies that she has found helpful in navigating the stresses of quarantine.
Activity Scheduling During Quarantine. For many of us the days and weeks have been blurring together. Jessica looks at how activity scheduling can bring some order to our lives, allowing us to feel more productive and healthy.
What I Have Gained From Quarantine. It is not too hard to see some of what we have actually gained from quarantine and social distancing if we look closely enough. Jessica reveals a bit of her journey and encourages you to take a new look at yours.
The Healthy Mind Platter. With warm weather comes the spring and summer reading season. Jessica gives us some thoughts on Dr. Daniel Siegel and Dr. David Rock's Healthy Mind Platter.
The Language We Use. After taking a hiatus in support of BLM and the ongoing protests around the world, Jessica looks at the language we use and how it can affect our experience and others around us.
Escaping Screens. It can be pretty easy for us to dive into our phones or computers as soon as we wake up and then get lost in them for the day. This week Jessica looks at how we can disengage from our technology and take back control.
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