If we expect athletes to take rest and recovery seriously in order to perform at consistently high levels, why shouldn’t we expect the same for ourselves? Here are some simple tips to help you incorporate rest and recovery into your daily life so you can let rest and recovery be part of your success!
“What do I need today?” A Reminder of Self-care
Ask yourself, “What do I need today?” Learn why prioritizing yourself is just as important as your next project deadline.
Human First: Caring for Ourselves in Turbulent Times
It has been a year full of hardships and change, sprinkled with the occasional silver lining but the struggle is real. The long-term effects of these challenging events will not be fully known for some time, but we DO know that in times of significant stress, cultivating mindfulness allows us to stay in the present and increases both our effectiveness and personal well-being. A simple mantra to remember when the stress begins to overwhelm is to “Begin with BREATH.”
Heart of Service: Taking Care At Work
When we think about “caring”, we sometimes forget to include ourselves on our list of people and matters to provide love and care for. Self-care has become an important part of how I am able to operate at work with heart of service, love and care.