Feel the love: Resources for self-care

  • Date posted

    Mar 24, 2021

These are tough times for everyone. To help nurture your wellbeing, we’re sending some extra love to support your own physical, emotional and mental wellbeing during this trying time.

Virtual care packages

Human resources (HR) and benefit teams are facing a lot of new and unprecedented challenges right now. With the added stress, it’s critical for them to take care of themselves—so they can continue taking care of others.

We hope our “virtual care packages” will help. They’ll include free tools, resources and ideas for self-care. Based on our 8 Pillars of Wellbeing, each module in the virtual care package will include resources and strategies HR and benefit teams can use to focus on their own physical, emotional and mental wellbeing during this trying time. And clients can pass this along to participants for their benefit as well.


It’s easy to feel overwhelmed, but a positive outlook can help you find balance in your work, home and social lives.


Having a strong sense of community is an important factor for our health and wellbeing.


Financial wellbeing is about feeling like you have the knowledge, control and freedom to make choices that allow you to live your life.


Gratitude and mindfulness are powerful tools for boosting your daily resilience and positivity. Learn about the benefits of practicing gratitude and being mindful of the good things that happen each day.


A healthy diet is important to your physical and mental health by providing the right fuel for energy and mood stability.


Being active is good for your physical and mental health. Physical activity can be a great way to take a well-deserved break from the hustle and bustle of daily life.


A powerful purpose can create a powerful buffer to adversity. Tap into your personal purpose and feel the inner peace that comes with doing what you care about most.


Relationships are a powerful force in our life. Learn to recognize and utilize your positive, healthy social connections.

Clients can contact their Navigate Account Manager to learn more about the virtual care packages.

We’re here to help

Navigate is happy to help communicate these resources to their participants. In the meantime, if you have any questions (or if you’re not a current Navigate client), feel free to call us at 888-282-0822.

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