• Life and Work Wellbeing

    You work hard for your family and it is important to be there for each other.

Finding a Balance Between Work and Life

Having a work-life balance can be very challenging, especially when you are a producer, who works long hours, or a business owner who is always hustling. Even though work is a big part of our day-to-day lives, we must find time for ourselves. If not, it will lead to poor mental health and burnout. Use the resources on this page to find that healthy work-life balance in a way that works for you.

Work and Life Wellbeing Brochure

Download Printable Version Here. 

Instructions: Print the brochure out, making sure to select the double sided option on your printer. If your printer does not have a double sided option, simply tape the two blank sides of the pages together after you print out. Next, create a Z fold with the brochure. Starting on page 1, create two back and forth folds on the dotted lines. And that’s it! Enjoy your mental wellness brochure!

Rural, Agriculture and Mental Health podcasts that you can listen to while you’re working, or on the go!

AgStateofMind the podcast focuses on mental health and how it affects those of us involved in agriculture. Jason Medows holds conversations with both professionals and producers about addressing mental health in ag and how we can adequately remedy the stresses.

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The Native Cowgirl podcast is a montage of conversation for anyone looking to add a little cowgirl grit into their lives. Some of the subject matter includes Mindset + Clarity Coaching + Online Marketing + Sales + Entrepreneurship + Hormone Hacks + Health/Wellness + A Bit of Ranch Life Sprinkled In & More!

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The Rural Woman Podcast is a collection of stories from women in farming, ranching, homesteading, agriculture and more. Each of these women are doing life in their own unique way and sharing their stories. Tune in each episode to be inspired by these amazing Rural Women. Hosted by Katelyn Duban (@WildRoseFarmer)

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Given the ongoing challenges facing the agriculture industry – low prices, uncertain markets, trade uncertainty, and inclement weather – it’s no surprise that farmers and farm families are experiencing more stress. Rural Realities focuses on helping farmers tap into their resilient nature by presenting advice from experts that can help reduce stress, improve a farm’s financial situation, implement good farm family communication skills, and more.

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The ‘Let’s Talk’ Rural Mental Health podcast series is produced by journalist Kia Handley and is all about mental health issues in rural and regional Australia. In this series we’ll explore some of the big issues and incredible initiatives saving peoples’ lives. Hear from people who have battled with their mental health, who have been through tragedy and have come out of the other side and also from some of the people who have helped them on their journey.

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Do you have questions about how your food is produced, harvested, and processed? Have other questions about food, agriculture, natural resources, or human sciences? Let’s find some answers! On From Urban to Agriculture, Jacqueline Aenlle takes questions from everyday-consumers and present them to industry experts and scientists. Whether you are a consumer who has never seen an agricultural production in person, or if you work in agriculture but want to learn about a different sector of the industry, you’re in the right place!

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Kylie and Whitney are the co-hosts of the Midwest Farm Wives Podcast. They are two millennial farm wives raising lots of littles, figuring out how to run ag businesses with their husbands, learning, loving and living life day by day in Americas heartland. You can expect positive, uplifting, real-talk about being a farm wife, mom and being a woman in agriculture.

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Mix work and play with goat yoga!

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