Self-care seems like a sacred word reserved for activities you do in the privacy of your home—things like yoga, long baths and quiet, meditative evenings. It’s a very deliberate form of care, a ritual we exercise full control over. But away from home, at places like the office, the concept of well-being shifts. We think of it as something our employers should take the first stab at providing: a workplace culture that produces happiness for us.
But at the end of the day, it’s all up to you. Your company might provide snacks, board games and holiday parties, but it doesn’t hurt to customize your workday for a happier you.
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