Times of stress and uncertainty can lead to poor choices.

Take time to take care of yourself.

The things we do to cope when feeling stressed or overwhelmed can become long-term habits. They can be good habits – or bad habits that will be hard to break later on.

Check in with yourself:

  • Am I eating more often?
  • What kinds of foods am I eating?
  • Am I drinking alcohol more?
  • Am I exercising? As often?
  • Am I spending quality time with my family?
  • Am I spending too much time online?
  • Am I vaping? More? Around others?

What habits can I develop?

  • Can I start exercising?
  • Can I start reading a book?
  • Can I start a family game night?
  • Can I learn new recipes?
  • Can I take a daily walk?
  • Can I check in on a friend by phone?


If you or someone you care about are developing unhealthy habits, here are some resources to check out:

Rethinking Drinking →Help with Addiction →Coping During Coronavirus →Vaping FactCheck →Cannabis and Teen Health →Opioid Resources →

Share with someone you care about:

While at home together, take time to talk with your children about healthy choices.

Tips for Talking With Your Kids →