Exercise can improve your mood and energy. It can also prevent fatigue and boost confidence! Utilize your favorite type of exercise or check out the following!
Taking time for movement midday can be helpful for your body. Use the following resources to find options that work for you:
- Physical Activity Breaks for the Workplace
- Deskfit Booklet - 20 Exercises you can do without leaving your workspace
Free Online Yoga Classes:
Maintain a Healthy, Well-Balanced Diet
Health Care Share program at Vermont Youth Conservation Corps. We provide a free produce CSA through health center and hospital networks to patients/households experiencing food insecurity and/or diet related illness. Our members are referred through primary care providers but it is not a formal ‘prescription’ program.
Make your appointment today! Contact the Prudential Retirement Counselor in your county:
Enjoy the resources available through:
- CAPS SharePoint Page
- Continuous Improvement
- Learning Management System/CSOD
- State of Vermont Department of Libraries
Self Care: Take care of yourself!
- Unplug. Don't let the technologies that help you do your work get in the way of your leisure time. Consider turning off cell phones or beepers when you are with family or friends. And avoid checking work email after hours.
- Be realistic. Remember that everyone has good days and bad days. For more information, see the topic Stop Negative Thoughts: Choosing a Healthier Way of Thinking.
- Reward yourself. When you finish a difficult task, celebrate. Take a short walk or call a friend!
- Schedule time for fun. Being quarantined is an adjustment for all of us! Be sure to schedule “you time” every day…Take a little for time yoga, go for a walk, read a book
Stress Management Resources
Practice breathing and relaxation techniques at home:
- Use the resources available! Many communities are sharing their coping mechanisms. If you are struggling to come up with ideas try a google search or check out the following resources: