Did you know that play is one of the best tools for children to learn how to navigate stress? According to the Baltimore fishbowl, play also helps kids with developing feelings of self-confidence, concentration, resilience, and developing healthy relationships with caregivers and peers.
The weather is warming up, the flowers are blooming, and the daylight keeps stretching longer and longer. It feels like everything is getting better now that spring is finally here!
If you're like us, spring also makes us think about the soul-cleansing experience of "spring cleaning." But we're not talking about dusting the bookshelves or putting away your winter wardrobe. We're here to give you some amazing ways to bring that same rejuvenating cleanliness to your work life.
This week, we passed a significant and pretty sad milestone: It's been a full year from when we shifted from our "normal" work environment and relationships to abruptly having to work from home due to the pandemic. It's been a lot. It's been heavy. Reflecting on the one year mark may bring up some feelings for your team. So, now is a great time to do something to support their mental health.
Depression and anxiety can be terrifying. But if you want to feel better, you don’t have to face them alone. In fact, research shows it’s better that you don’t.
Instead of traveling down the winding road of recovery by yourself, what if you had a team behind you? What if you had a group of people invested in your well-being, regularly engaging with you on a meaningful level, all while playing a fun game you enjoy?