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Caregiver’s New Year’s Resolutions

Get Ready for the New Year!

No matter how hard this year has been, let us be thankful we are still here, and we have a new year to look forward to. We are extremely thankful for our caregivers who have gone above and beyond to adjust to new challenges that this year has brought them. You are the hidden heroes of our community that continues to keep giving by caring for those in your community who need you most.

New Year’s Resolutions

As you prepare for the New Years, consider some of these New Year’s Resolutions to add to your list to help you through your caregiving journey.

1. Add more “Me Time”

As caregivers, you wear many hats and sometimes that means you forget that YOU matter too! For this new year, make more time to take care of yourself by promoting more selfcare regimens that include relaxing and doing more activities that you enjoy.

2.Practice more Patience

We are all guilty of getting aggravated by the little things we can’t control so make this the year you take a pause before you become frustrated with tasks or situations that seem overwhelming to you. Whether it be dealing with a difficult patient or feeling like you have a lot on your plate. Remind yourself to take a breather and have more patience with those around you and with yourself.


3. Ask for Help

Asking for help is not a sign of weakness. As caregivers, sometimes you feel like you must juggle it all but if something gets too hard you must know when to ask for help. This is especially important to your life outside of your caregiving job. Know when to turn to your family and friends when you need to, chances are they would be more than happy to lend a helping hand.


4. Make Connections

Consider making connections with other caregivers to share your experiences and learn about theirs to help you through your caregiving journey. This also helps to release all your tensions by speaking with other caregivers who can understand what you are going through who may be able to offer some good advice.


5. Take Care of Yourself

Finally, do not forget to take care of yourself by taking care of your mind and body. Make sure you schedule your doctor’s appointment’s regularly and get your checkups to make sure your health is taken care of. Afterall, it is impossible to give care for others if you don’t care for yourself first.

Happy New Years!

We cannot say thank you enough to all our wonderful caregivers who give so much for the people in our community. We want to wish you and your families a very Happy New Year filled with good health, prosperity, warmth, and love. Cheers to a new year, new beginnings, and hope for a better tomorrow. 🥂💙