Jackson Rowe Supports Stress Awareness Month 2024

26 April 2024

Stress Awareness Month has been held every April since 1992 to raise awareness of the causes and cures for modern day stresses; it is the opportunity for an open conversation on the impact of stress, to talk about stress and its effects and open up about our mental and emotional state with friends, family, colleagues and professionals.


This month, we were encouraged by Director, Sandy Barnes to make manageable adjustments to our daily routines. As our Mental Health First Aider, Sandy knows that small changes on their own may seem insignificant but reminded us that their collective impact can bring transformative results over time – it’s the steady drip that fills the well. Little by little, a little becomes a lot.


Sandy reminded us all to take a moment to check in with colleagues and prioritise self-care; this isn’t just a nicety, it is a necessity for fostering healthy and supportive work environments. In today’s fast-paced world with deadlines and stress levels running high it is easy to lose sight of the wellbeing of those around us, as well as our own. By pausing to ask a colleague how they are doing, or encouraging them to take a break when needed we show we value their welfare. Similarly, being mindful of our own self-care sets a positive example for others and reinforces the importance of maintaining a healthy work-life balance.


Ultimately, investing in these moments of connection and self-reflection not only benefits individuals it also contributes to a more resilient and productive workplace culture.




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