Self-care may seem like a low priority when compared to long to-do lists, deadlines, and taking care of your family. However, it’s important to remember that simple acts of self-care, along with a healthy diet, can help you reduce stress, boost your immune system, and promote an overall sense of balance and well-being.

Not sure how to start a self-care routine, or need some tips on eating healthier? We’ve curated some resources below to help you on your journey to wellness and balance.

Self-Care Resources

Feeling grateful can boost happiness and fosters both physical and mental health:
Ways You Can Practice Gratitude

Not used to working from home? Here are some ways to stay focused and improve your mental well-being:
5 Tips for Staying Productive and Mentally Healthy While Working From Home

Here are a few self-care strategies for parents to minimize emotional exhaustion and the effects of burnout:
25 Self-Care Strategies for Parents

If you or someone you know is struggling with a mental health condition, here are some tips to get help:
Ways to Find Support for Mental Health

Consistently practicing self-care can feel impossible. Here’s how to recognize when you need self-care, and how to integrate it into your life:
Why You Struggle With Self-Care

Not sure how to start practicing self-care? Check out these 40 self-care tips you may not have tried before:
40 Tips for Self-Care


Nutrition Resources

Nutrition We recognize a healthy balanced diet is essential to a healthy and balance life. Find the most recent USDA recommendations for both adults & children here:
Dietary Guidelines

LearntobeHealthy.org is an online health science learning site designed to help parents communicate important health concepts to their children in grades PreK-12. The site contains comprehensive lesson plans, interactive games and activities, Webquests, assessments, an individualized Health Log and more:
Learn To Be Healthy


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