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Year End Burnout

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Many of us struggle with stress, anxiety, imposter syndrome and year end burnout. It’s time to take care of your emotional, psychological and social wellbeing. Everyone manages stress in different ways. Below are a few things you can do daily to help keep on track and defeat burnout.

  • Take regular mini breaks during the workday
  • Schedule relaxation
  • Get organized
  • Go for a walk
  • Meditation/Yoga
  • Diffuse a calming scent
  • Squeeze in a workout

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Kristen Russell

Kristen founded Fall River Employee Benefits as the culmination of her insurance industry career as an actuary, underwriting executive & consultant. As an Assistant Vice President at Great-West Healthcare (now part of CIGNA), she managed a $1 Billion block of health insurance. She also worked as a Senior Consultant at Reden & Anders, consulting to insurance companies and large employers throughout the country. Ms. Russell received a Bachelor of Science, Business Administration in Actuarial Science, is a member of the American Academy of Actuaries and achieved Fellowship in the Society of Actuaries through a rigorous nine-year series of exams.

Kristen grew up in Iowa but has lived in Colorado since 1993, currently living near our office in the Lower Highlands neighborhood near downtown Denver.  She enjoys bicycling, hiking, traveling and has a special passion for non-profit volunteering. She is married to an incredibly talented photojournalist, has two adult stepdaughters and an adorable Border Collie/Lab mix named Chaco.