Wellness and Choices, Part 2

Last week we talked about environmental wellness. This week let’s move on to how choices we make impact our emotional, social and spiritual wellness. Eight Areas of Wellness 1. physical wellness 2. occupational wellness 3. financial wellness 4. intellectual wellness 5. environmental wellness 6. emotional wellness—taking care of yourself from a “feeling” perspective; living as stress […]

Saying “no”

In 1963, Andy Williams recorded a Christmas Song that starts with “It’s the most wonderful time of the year”. This IS a wonderful time of the year. Unfortunately, it also seems to be a time of year when many of us end up overwhelmed, exhausted and burned out. Last week I wrote about attainable goals. […]

Peer Pressure

Peers are the people you identify with. As a child or teenager our peers are typically very close in age to us. As we get older, our peers are often the people we spend our time with—in our workplace, neighborhood, social groups, faith communities, or families—regardless of age. Peer pressure occurs when you’re influenced to […]