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Welcome to the Daily Distance, a new daily series from the creators of #WeGotGoals. In these short episodes, we’re bringing you one daily goal you can set for yourself during this chaotic time- one actionable thing you can do to move your body, connect with a friend, prioritize your mental health, get some work done, and practice a little bit of self-care.
Dr. Melinda Ring, Executive Director of the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Northwestern University, comes on the podcast today to share her holistic philosophy on how to deal with caution fatigue and the chronic stress we’re all experiencing right now. Listen to hear ideas about how to identify caution fatigue in yourself, why she doesn’t think there’s any such thing as a “good meditator,” and what tracking apps she recommends to make sure all your health and wellness buckets are full.
- The apps Dr. Ring mentions: Remente and the My Wellness Center app by the University of Arizona Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine
- More about clinical care at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine
- More about the academic work happening at the Osher Center
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