DeStress on Monday to Stay Calm and Positive All Week

We have weekly practices in breathing, mindfulness and positivity to refresh your mind on Monday and help you manage stress all week.

Weekly Practices

Self-massage has been touted by health and wellness experts as a soothing way to work out tension in your body. With a gentle touch, knowing the basics can melt away stress.
One of the best ways to become more grounded in the moment is to just pay attention to the sensations of your body and the environment around you.
Mindful listening keeps you present in the moment. It enables you to better understand what people are saying, physically and emotionally. So you engage in richer, more meaningful communication.
Change your focus to recall the positive this Monday for unexpected results. Savoring and focusing your thoughts on positive events is a way to shift to the positive and deflect stress.
The goal of the 5-4-3-2-1 Grounding Technique is to use the five senses to focus on the moment and avoid multiple anxious thoughts.
The next time you feel overwhelmed, take a trip to a local park, trail, or wooded area and focus on all of the sights, smells, and sounds of the world around you.
Deep breathing exercises are a great way to reduce stress - concentrate and breathe deeply for a minute with our square breathing GIF.
It’s always better to give rather than receive, especially when it comes to compassion. A small act of kindness, a compliment, a sign of appreciation has the power to immediately transform someone’s outlook.

Make a Habit of Mindfulness with Our Mindful Monday Email Series

The Mindful Monday package is designed to teach users how to carve out moments of mindfulness throughout the week. The 12-week email series delivers a collection of practices every Monday designed to help individuals of all experience levels use mindfulness to strengthen the mind-body connection, stay focused, detach thoughts from emotions, and avoid burnout.

Success Stories

To address the unique challenges facing the medical community, The Monday Campaigns partnered with the Columbia University Irving Medical Center to develop a wellness program designed specifically for nurses.
Teachers deserve to have tools that can reduce their stress at their disposal. The DSMAS program is a simple, turnkey option that takes only a few minutes every week to start off with a more mindful, focused approach.
From gratitude journaling to mindfulness to deep breathing, DeStress for Success offers solutions to common college-life problems and challenges.
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