7 self-care habits you should develop at work


via Fast Company

You might already work out, eat healthy, and go to therapy. But what are you doing about your well-being at work? When we think of how organizations look after employee well-being, we typically think of things such as ergonomic desks and fire evacuation plans. Workplace safety committees have become almost standard practice in companies of any size. So, how about emotional care? It’s an area that’s long been ignored, but there are indications this is beginning to change, and millennials are leading the way. Millennials spend three times as much as boomers on workout regimens, diet plans, therapy, and self-improvement apps. Companies have taken notice and are now grasping the importance of self-care in the office.