May 7, 2020

At one point or another, nearly all of us fall into the trap of saying, “I was too busy for this today; I’ll take care of it tomorrow.” But, when it comes to self-care – especially in times of heightened stress and anxiety – procrastination can be massively detrimental to our mental well-being. In the next installment of our Wellness Education Series, Dr. Deborah Beidel and Dr. Amie Newins discuss how we can avoid these potential pitfalls by scheduling activities we enjoy (virtually or otherwise) and the importance of leveraging the support of our loved ones to help keep us accountable.

Click here to download a guide to developing your own S.M.A.R.T. objectives, designed to help you commit to achievable goals conducive to your personal well-being.