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Stress Awareness Month: Make a Plan to Address Your Stress

To close out April Stress Awareness Month – here are some final thoughts.

People have different stressors and different ways of managing them.

Consider some of these goal suggestions – a checklist of sorts – that can be used as a starting point to develop your own stress-reduction goals.
  •   Organize my evening so I can get to sleep earlier at night
  •   Add physical activity to my routine at least three days per week
  •   Eat at least one fruit every day this week
  •   Plan my time effectively today
      Laugh more each day
  •   Prioritize my tasks and complete the most critical tasks first
  •   Ask my family to help me when I feel overwhelmed
  •   Take a personal day and do something for me
  •   Organize my desk at the end of the day
  •   Spend quality time with my family each day
  •   Spend quality time with friends twice a month (even if it’s virtually during Covid-19)

Give it a try and see how it goes.

*Information referenced sourced from one of our vendors, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois.

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