With the pandemic far from over, now may not be the right time for leisure travel. But that doesn’t mean trip planning is canceled too. There’s some good news for globe-trotters: According to researchers, looking ahead to your next adventure could benefit your mental health. Even if you’re not sure when that adventure will be.
By Devon Haskins, KGW News Global apparel and shoe company Nike is putting some of its employees’ mental health ahead of productivity. It has closed its corporate offices for the week so employees can “enjoy additional time off to rest and recover,” according to a statement. The move is celebrated by those who work at
And not in the (post pandemia) way you are thinking… This is probably the first time I have been tasked to write a “back to school” post, and I do not dread it – and neither should you. This year – and for the first time in a looooong time, we can address the institution
Should you go back to seeing your therapist in person? The rise of the Delta variant is complicating what was already a difficult decision for many. Nearly all outpatient mental health treatment moved online when the pandemic struck last year. As vaccines rolled out this year, more people became comfortable resuming some in person visits,
Athletes rely on their families for support in stressful situations. But the Olympic stands are empty for COVID, removing a source of reassurance. Suzette Hackney, USA TODAY U.S. Olympic gymnast Simone Biles, adorned with bedazzled goats on her leotards, strut into competition with the pressure of living up to the GOAT acronym: the greatest of all