Nearly Half Of Millennial Women Made Self-Care Their New Year’s Resolution

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the well-being of Americans was on the decline in 2017—a reversal of a three-year upward trend. This drop was a result of several factors including an increase in the uninsured population and reports of elevated daily worry. This decline persisted despite improvements in metrics concerning unemployment and confidence in the economy, two factors that are closely related to well-being.

Interestingly, you likely also noticed a surge in conversations around self-care toward the end of last year, and it looks like that trend isn’t going anywhere in 2018. This year, more people are choosing to focus on their emotional well-being as a part of their New Year’s resolutions. In fact, according to a survey by wellness tech company, Shine, 72 percent of millennial women are moving away from solely physical and financial goals to make self-care and mental health their priority. (Related: The 3-Second Trick That Helps You Achieve Your Resolutions)     MORE

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