Healthy Monday Syracuse is a signature program of the Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion
Healthy Monday is a national public health initiative to help end chronic preventable diseases by offering weekly prompts and programs to support people and organizations in starting and sustaining healthy behaviors. Healthy Monday is an initiative of the Monday Campaigns and was founded in 2005 at Syracuse University Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.
Celebrate National Public Health Week with Us!
What: National Public Week Luncheon: The Disease of Busyness
When: Monday, April 1, 2019 from 12-1pm
Where: Syracuse University Schine Student Center, Room 304ABC
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Who: Guest speaker Jaime Weisberg of Northbound Coaching and Consulting
Why: You will learn:
- how the disease of busyness is detrimental to our work, relationships, and health
- how we spread the disease of busyness to those with whom we work and live
- ways we can build resilience against stress and battle the disease of busyness
Research conducted by Johns Hopkins suggests that people view Monday, more than any other day of the week, as a day to make healthier choices. Respondents chose Monday as the day they would begin eating healthier, start an exercise routine, quit smoking or make an appointment with their healthcare provider. Monday has special significance in Western culture as the beginning of the week and an opportunity for a fresh start. The best part about having a Healthy Monday is that you have 52 chances a year to kick off a healthy week!