Fitting in time to care for your physical well-being can be a challenge, whether you deal with lack of time, money or motivation. Finding what works for you or what your “why” is, as Bryce Becker refers to it, is unique to you. In this issue, learn more about the concept of “finding your why” and how you can identify yours.
At work, are there ways to contribute to the wellness of your environment? Dr. Scott Riester reminds us of the number of hours we spend at work and the importance of finding ways to have a healthy workplace. He offers some advice on how to build wellness in to your culture at work. Who said meetings need to be held sitting around a table? Chair yoga anyone?
Next issue, we’ll focus on social well-being in our homes, relationships and community. Whether you have a teen who spends too much time on his or her phone, or you’re looking for community resources to help you figure out this parenting thing, we’ll address how having healthy family and social relationships enhance your overall wellness. Have an idea? I’d love to hear your thoughts.
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EMPOWERING people to create a culture of wellness where they live, work, play and learn