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15 Immune Boosters

Susan whips through 15 science-backed Immune Boosters you can consider adopting, in this 50-min webinar hosted by Society for Nonprofit Organizations:

Our YouTube channel

Now on YouTube: a series of webinars and videos on self-care, brain science, and team-care topics. The channel:

Team-Care, via Self-Care and the Neuroscience of Stress

We have two great webinars that address this topic: one includes lots of nature metaphors (Team Care via Self Care) and the other goes over the neuroscience of stress, with a guest speaking to  real-life office systems that address this. (Office Systems for Stress Solutions)

Rewiring Team Positivity & Healthy Habit Change

Learn how to set better goals and how to reset your team's positivity with healthy habit change: Rewire Your Team's Positivity (Susan & Gabby)

Wellness Equity and the Stressor Scorecard

Wellness Equity is the concept that those who suffer the most stress should receive more wellness resources. The Stressor Scorecard is a way to measure and discuss that, safely, as a team. In this webinar, Mo and Susan go over microaggressions, intersectionality and how to use the Stressor Scorecard with a team. Wellness Equity & the Stressor Scorecard (Susan & Mo) 

Take Five: Brain Breaks for Productivity and Joy

Take Five: The Best 5-Min Brain Breaks for Productivity & Joy (Susan & Ty)

Getting moving -- Even when Stressed

Tyecia and Gabby, both fitness professionals, have dozens of tips to get you started on your next exercise adventure, even if you're about to fall apart.  Getting Moving Even While Stressed 

Burnout Prevention Resources

In December 2017, hundreds of mostly-nonprofit folks responded to Susan's "burnout prevention survey" that asked about respondents' motivational resources, stress levels, and wellness needs. 

Below, see resources sent in (and more about the respondents).

Wellness Resources

Physical Health

Physical Health

Physical Health


Exercise, nutrition, and sleep are critical for every body. For nonprofit workers, physical health is the cornerstone of effectiveness at work (and therefore impact on the world). See what online resources can support moving, feeding and resting your body...

Mental Health

Physical Health

Physical Health


Nonprofit workers are unusually stressed about problems of the world, plus we have problems of our own. Depression, financial woes, addiction and workaholism plague our sector -- so let's pay more attention to our mental health. Here are some great places to start...

Team Health

Motivation in Tough Times

Motivation in Tough Times


We're often communicating poorly and fighting for scarce resources at work. Sometimes we're experiencing racial divisions, sexual harassment or other toxic office cultures. Even the best teams need to constantly invest in building trust, improving communication, providing professional development, and attending to equity issues.

Motivation in Tough Times

Motivation in Tough Times

Motivation in Tough Times


Thanks for the dozens of diverse suggestions y'all sent in -- books, podcasts, TED talks, web resources -- check 'em out & keep 'em coming. 

“We’re going to win this war, not by fighting what we hate, but saving what we love.” 

-- Rose Tico (Star Wars: Episode VIII, The Last Jedi)

About 2017 Survey Respondents

Survey Says!

Here is what survey respondents said nonprofit workers need most:

  • Financial Health (68% chose this)
  • Professional Development (67%)
  • Exercise & Ergonomics (65%)
  • Mindfulness & Meditation (60%)
  • Inclusion & Equity (50%) 
  • Activities to build teamwork & empathy (48%)
  • Nutrition (45%)
  • Telework & HR options (45%)
  • Depression & Addiction (43%)
  • Assessing work styles (40%)

Do not be dismayed by the brokenness of the world.

"Do not be dismayed by the brokenness of the world.  All things break.  All things can be mended. Not with time, as they say, but with intention. So go.  Love intentionally, extravagantly, unconditionally. 

The broken world waits in darkness for the light that is you."

― L.R. Knost