Power of Routine, Knowing When to Rest, Coping with Change

As summer comes to an end and we transition into the fall season, many of us are getting back into routine. Whether it’s getting kids ready for back to school, catching up at work after a summer vacation, or planning out how the rest of the year will unfold with its events and holidays, it is important to recognize the need for rest, change, and routine. All have important roles within your life, and knowing when it’s time to rest, change something up, or enact a routine can benefit your physical and mental health. The resources below will help you understand why.

9 Tell-tale Signs that it’s Time to Rest

“In the whirlwind of life we so often just let inertia carry us. However, this inertia doesn’t usually include listening to the messages that our body is sending us. And if we were to put these signs in order by importance, then the signs saying it’s time to rest would be very high up on the list.”

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The Psychology Of Dealing With Change: How to Become Resilient

“Any life is a life of change. We experience transitions in work and relationships, changes in our physical and mental health, and new events in our local communities and our world. Sometimes we know a change will occur, while other times it comes suddenly and unexpectedly. Maybe it’s a disappointment, or maybe it’s a wonderful surprise.”



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