Month: November 2019
22 Ways to Survive Cold and Flu Season
Each year, the typical adult can expect to contract two or three colds, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Skip the annual flu vaccine and you set yourself up for a bout of that as well. But it doesn’t have to be this way! Aside from good hand washing (with soap, for […]
Help make happiness go viral
One Positive Post Can Start a Wave of Good Vibes As the weather gets a little colder, the days get a little darker, the stress of assembling a flawless Thanksgiving meal creeps a little closer, it becomes even MORE important to send positive vibes out into the atmosphere (and beyond). Research shows that it only takes […]
Your wellness starts from within!
Self-care doesn’t have to cost a fortune
How are children affected by divorce? How can you help your children deal with the emotional impact of divorce?
Join VCU HR and Anthem EAP today at 12 noon in Cabell Library to learn ways to help yourself and your children deal with the effects of divorce. For more information go to the VCU HR Work/Life page or the RAMSTRONG webpage.
When you plan your retirement, are you taking in to consideration health care costs?
Join us today at 12 noon on the MCV Campus, Smith Building, Room 225 as VCU HR and Fidelity present “Prepare for the Reality of Health Care in Retirement” Some of the things we will learn and discuss are: estimate retirement health care costs, understand available options before and after age 65, and learn how […]
Let Pressure Fall Away by Making a Holiday To-Do List
Autumn is the most soothing of the seasons: The lush of greens of springtime have given way to regal shades of auburn, gold, and crimson; the air is crispy and chill; the swimsuits and warm-weather tops have been stored away make room for light jackets and worn-out jeans. The changing of the seasons provides an […]