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Care Givers Author: Scott Weiss Last Updated: Jun 21, 2014 - 12:37:20 PM



Commit and Recommit Every Monday

By Scott Weiss
Jun 21, 2014 - 12:31:09 PM



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(HealthNewsDigest.com) - Keep your resolve to minimize stress despite your caregiving demands by using the Monday strategy.

Research shows that beginning healthy activities on a Monday helps you maintain them. Stay committed to your goals while managing the demands of caregiving by recommitting each week. If you fall off, try again next Monday. Soon healthy habits will be part of your weekly routine!

Caregiver Monday is an initiative of The Monday Campaigns, a nonprofit organization in association with Johns Hopkins, Columbia and Syracuse universities. They provide resources to help caregivers take good care of themselves, manage stress and find support. It is their hope that Caregiver Monday will remind these hardworking individuals that, at least on Mondays, they should take some time out for themselves.

For more about Caregiver Monday, visit: caregivermonday.org

For The Monday Campaigns, go to:

mondaycampaigns.org


Connect with Caregiver Monday on social media:

facebook.com/CaregiverMonday

twitter.com/CaregiverMonday

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