Currently there are many of us with exceptionally high workloads! One way to prioritise tasks in your giant “to do list”, is to use the Eisenhower Decision Matrix. To use this model, list your things to do under each category based on how important or urgent they are. Using this approach can help to reduce your workload, make your workload feel less overwhelming, and help you to be more organised in the way you tackle tasks. 🤓🧠📝
Social media can be a great source of connection when we are actively engaged! However, we often get stuck doomscrolling (continued scrolling through negative content and newsfeeds) which can lead to worse sleep and increase symptoms of anxiety and depression. Read above to determine if you need to change up the way you interact with social media!
They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old, age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them.
Well Minds Work has had a busy year, delivering mental health and wellbeing workshops to numerous Tasmanian Organisations! Last Friday we collaborated with Rogerson & Birch to promote communication skills and burnout prevention, as well as enhance their already thriving positive organisational culture through team building activities. We would like to thank the team at Rogerson & Birch for an excellent workshop and we look forward to future collaborations!