12-13-14. This date is not the only thing special about last Saturday. For 244 children and 104 adults, a festive event called Breakfast with Santa made this day even more special.
December 10, 2014
There is something romantic about the notion that at 12:01 am on January 1, people all over the world are looking inward, self-assessing, and making promises to be better, give more, and try again.
As wellness professionals, and employers, we attempt to capitalize on this momentum. We urgently thrust materials, resources, and support in front of our employees, hoping this is the year our support provides the torque required to create change. We plot and plan how to strike with our New Year’s Day motivation—though we are hardly the only voice at the party.
December 9, 2014
Last week I found myself sitting in class. And while often that doesn’t sound exciting, I found myself really enjoying the insights, the discussions, and the opportunity to look at the world of well-being from all different angles.
December 5, 2014
It’s easy to get wrapped up in the hustle and bustle this time of year. Black Friday hits and we scour the ads looking for the best deals on the newest toys, wondering what Santa will bring us. If you have kids, you’re going to every single store you can think of to find the new “it” toy that your little one just has to have.
Why do we do this?
December 3, 2014
The holiday season has arrived! I’ve always enjoyed this time of the year, mostly because I cherish spending extra time with those whom I love the most: my family and dear friends.
I also enjoy the holiday season because it’s a special season of giving. Giving goes beyond beautifully-wrapped presents or delicious holiday treats. It also means giving back to others.