Four Tips & Tricks on Self Care

We all value health and wellness, right? In theory, it sounds great: hit the gym every morning, drink your eight glasses of water, do desk yoga then get nine hours of peaceful undisturbed sleep. #goals. But, when it comes to the daily grind, prioritizing everyday wellness is harder than it seemed on January 1st.

  1. Prioritize Work Breaks

Long days, stressful situations, and solving complex problems – it’s exhausting. Taking a step toward wellness can be as simple as carving out time slots throughout the day to sit down (or take a walk!), gather your thoughts, and breathe.

Even when you feel strapped for time, it’s important to nourish your body with wholesome foods throughout the day and avoid skipping meals. Taking just ten minutes to de-stress and rejuvenate your mind and body will help you to be more efficient once you get back to work.

  1. Recognize Your Limitations

It’s natural to get stressed! We’ve all been there – overwhelmed, overworked and still feeling behind. Acknowledge your stress level and accept the possibility that you may be more efficient if you prioritize quality over quantity of hours worked.

  1. Build a Support Network

A strong network of family and friends is crucial in maintaining personal health. It’s not a bad idea to reach out to your colleagues as well. They may understand your responsibilities like no one else can. Set aside time to grab coffee or lunch with them and connect.  

  1. Choose Wellness

We’re here to help you live your life to its healthiest potential. In addition to making sleep, nutrition, and exercise priorities this year, you can incorporate wellness into your lifestyle through the clothes you choose to wear.

For example, compression socks use therapeutic graduated compression to increase the circulation of freshly oxygenated blood back to your legs, reducing fatigue and achiness that can occur during long hours on your feet.

And just a word from us to you: Use your vacation days! Spend time with family - or even just by yourself! When you settle back into real life, you will be happier, better rested, and more successful.  

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