WELCOME TO OUR WEEKLY WELLBEING NEWSLETTER!
We are committed to helping you be the best you can be, as a person and as an organization, especially during this time of transition. Each week we will bring you some tips and tools to improve wellbeing for you, your organization and your employees.
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Each month, you’ll find a theme of the month along with ideas on how to encourage wellbeing at your organization. Many of the activities can be adapted if your workforce is working remotely.
This Week's Wellbeing Resources
Enjoy our weekly list of top wellbeing articles, webinars and resources related to career, social and family, financial, physical, emotional, community and employer wellbeing.
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If you have questions on how to think strategically about improving the wellbeing of your employees, please contact your Barkley advisor or fill out the inquiry form below.
This Month's Recommended Wellbeing Articles
How to Cope With the “Start-Of-Workday” Blues
Studies show that ‘start-of-workday’ moods stay with you all day long and affect job performance and productivity. The more you focus on dread, the more it grows.
Indoor Summer Activities to Mix up Your Quarantine Routine
Our quarantine days may be routine, but they’re anything but normal. If you’re itching to mix up your routine this summer and try some new activities, this list is for you.
Your Ultimate Guide to Working From Home Productively
But as anyone who has worked from home knows, it’s not as easy as it looks. Remote requires a different time management and communication, as well as additional resources.
Scientists Agree: Coffee Naps Are Better Than Coffee or Naps Alone
If you’re feeling sleepy and want to wake yourself up — and have 20 minutes or so to spare before you need to be fully alert — there’s something you should try. It’s more effective than drinking a cup of coffee or taking a quick nap.
Overwhelmed and Stressed? Why You May Be Feeling Crisis Fatigue
Although we initially respond well to a crisis by producing more stress hormones to help us deal with it, we can’t go on like this for a long time. We will eventually experience what is known as “crisis fatigue.”
Making the Most of
Spending time alone doesn’t have to be a difficult experience. In fact, studies show that it can actually be good for you. Learn how to make the most of your time alone with a few simple tips.