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Why it’s a weekend for self care

  • April 17, 2021
Can't sleep? You're one of three adult Americans who do got enough sleep, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Sleep is a biological need that promotes good health. Not getting enough may lead to numerous negative health outcomes both in the short and long term that range from daytime fatigue to depression […]

It’s been a long week. 

Like many of you I have had a hard time dealing with the onslaught of tragic news this week, including Thursday’s mass shooting in Indiana. I hope you can find some time and space for self care this weekend: sleep in a little bit, go for a walk, watch your favorite movie. Whatever you need. 

I’ve been thinking about self care a lot this week. After getting my second vaccine shot on Tuesday, I was feeling pretty tired and a bit out of it, which isn’t atypical. I took advantage of a wellness day my company has offered and took the day off to recover. I might have been able to muddle through work, not doing my best, but my mental and physical health improved because I paused, slept in and focused on the signals my body was giving me. When I was tired, I napped. When I felt better enough to walk my dog, I stepped out into the sunshine. 


COVID has tested some of our closest relationships.

Today’s reads

  • Have you voted in our annual Save Our Shows poll to help save your favorite TV show from cancellation? It’s worked before for “Timeless” fans! See the “on the bubble” shows here
  • A look at why women are reporting more COVID vaccine side effects than men are. It’s not as simple as you may think.
  • A run down of various economic relief programs for small businesses and how to apply for them. 
  • Busch wants to pay your pooch $20,000 to try its dog beer. Sort of. 
  • Saturday is a good day to hit up a national park. Fees are waived for the beginning of National Park Week. 
One of the most recognizable and well-photographed natural areas in the country, Arches National Park encompasses just over 100 square miles of eastern Utah and boasts more than 2,000 natural sandstone arches. Its star-studded attraction is the 52-foot-tall monolith Delicate Arch.

Today’s pet

I present three adorable pictures of a very good girl. 

Fidji having a snooze.
Fidji posing.
Fidji and her best friend.

“This is Fidji, Havanese girl,” says Agnes Poirier. “She was born on March 18, the same day I started teleworking. I am so grateful to have had (her) during these difficult times.”

I’m so glad you had her too. She seems wonderful. 

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