You’re not here to read a long winded article, so here is a royalty free wellness newsletter article I authored below that you can use without any attribution. I know you’re on the hunt, so let’s get this need out of the way, and below, let me give you three secret sources for more free wellness newsletter articles and ideas. First, here is the article:
Keep a Stress Management Arsenal Handy
It only makes sense to have a set of different strategies for coping with stress. Rather than
hoping stress will dissipate, turn to strategies that keep you on the offense, facing it head
on. Experiment with these different approaches and make them part of your personal
plan: (1) Avoid it. Simply put, avoid stress by choosing (or not choosing) certain
behaviors to steer clear of it. Working on your tax returns early instead of on April 14 is a
good example. (2) Change the view. Physically alter your environment—go outside,
switch rooms, take a drive. (3) Change “the filter.” The filter is how you decide to view a
stressful incident. Got a flat tire? Make it a positive opportunity to show your teenager
how to change it. (4) Choose a different tool. Instead of heading for the refrigerator to
manage stress, try a walk, breathing exercises, a hot bath, or even a cup of chamomile tea
and calm music. (5) Use countermeasures. Get more sleep, improve your diet, exercise,
or meditate. Countermeasures help you fight fire with fire by improving your stamina or
ability to cope with stress.
Now for the three secret sources. The first is USA.gov. Any content produced and authored by or under contract with the U.S. Federal Government may be used for non-proprietary purposes without violating copyright restrictions if you give proper attribution. USA.gov is your portal to almost any topic you can possibly imagine.
Another source for articles that you can reproduce for your employees or even employees of companies you service without any fear of copyright infringement and without having to mention the article source can be found usually the first few links when you search “editable newsletter articles” on the the Internet. If you purchase content from a content writer, do not pay an arm and a leg. Some of these folks will make the cost of your newsletter prohibitive. Find article sources for say, $9.95 an article. Be sure the free wellness newsletter articles and ideas you find on the Internet are exciting enough to motivate your employee readers to actually pick up the publication. If you do some research, you will discover content and article ideas that meet their needs. Do surveys to find out. Don’t give employees what you think they need in the way of wellness newsletter articles. Give them what they want. It is marketing 101 and it pertains to wellness newsletter article content too.