How else can you create mindfulness and manage stress in the workplace during Corporate Wellness Week and for the rest of the m
Add some light fun by picking a day for a dress-up or desk-decorating theme – ex. hat day, wild sock day, or decorating with flowers, pictures of tropical places, etc.
Share Your Gratitude
Write down five things you are grateful for at work – then share at least one with a coworker.
Engage in Random Acts of Kindness
Do something kind for someone else (especially someone who wouldn’t expect it). Offer to help them with something, give them a snack or treat, or simply ask them how their evening or weekend was or about something going on in their life.
Along with creating Mindfulness here are more tips on Managing Stress in the Workplace:
Learn to Say “NO”
Learn to pick and choose which things you will say “yes” to and which things you will not.
- Protect yourself by not allowing yourself to take on every request or opportunity that comes your way.
- It is okay to decline a request for a favor. Saying “no” does not mean you are bad, self-centered, or uncaring.
- Learn skills of assertiveness so that you can feel more confident and have effective ways of saying “no.”
Get Regular Exercise
Exercising regularly can help relieve some symptoms of depression and stress, and help us to maintain our health. Exercise can build confidence, self-esteem, and self-image. It is also a great way to take time for yourself, blow off steam, and release physical tension
BALANCED HEALING will assess your nutritional needs through screening and consultation and then able to develop and implement dietary-care plans and provide nutritional counseling & support which will aid managing your stress.