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Fight Fatigue And Enhance Your Well-Being

Updated: Jul 6, 2022

We probably don’t need to make the case for wellness practices, but in the midst of challenging times we are fatigued and it might feel overwhelming, if not impossible, to establish new habits to thrive physically, intellectually, spiritually, and emotionally. Also, let’s truly acknowledge that many of us are more than fatigued, we are really struggling. Simply telling ourselves things like “think positive” or “failure isn’t an option” won’t help and could possibly do more harm than good. Negative emotions serve a purpose so we don’t want to completely avoid them, but we do want to regulate so we don’t stay in those negative emotions for extended periods of time. We have found that if we are intentional, evaluating our current needs and priorities, we can pick a focus and develop small habits that can have a big impact on our well-being. Spoiler alert: Eliminating unproductive habits can also make a big difference!

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