Month: December 2019
Get ready for January with this 31 days to better well-being
Simple steps you can take to help you feel better in any part of your life. Brought to you by our friends at Fidelity Investments. Did you know that you can meet with a Fidelity, TIAA or ICMA-RC representatives individually on the MCV or VCU campus? Check out Individual Retirement Counseling under the Benefits webpage […]
Enjoy the holidays!
Life’s Simple 7
The new year is around the corner! Here are some tips to make changes every day and improve your overall health!
The holidays are here – get tips on how to have the best holiday ever!
Join VCU HR and Anthem EAP on Tuesday, December 17th for Holiday Survival Guide – learn how to look for sources of holiday stress and learn strategies for dealing with your emotions, time, relations and money! This Well-Being Program will take place in Cabell Library, Room 250 from 12 noon to 1 pm. You can […]
6 Ways to Instantly Be a More Positive Person
Keeping a positive outlook doesn’t always come naturally. But optimism is like a muscle — you just have to train it, says Tchiki Davis, a psychologist and founder of The Berkeley Well-Being Institute. And learning to see the glass half full has its perks: It can improve the quality of your life and may even increase lifespan, she […]
Advent of Kindness
It may already be December 10th, but maybe we can start today and do this in to January – it’s always nice to spread kindness to others……and yourself!
Healthy Eating During the Holidays
Healthy Eating During the Holidays The Holidays don’t have to throw your health and wellness off track. Incorporating small changes, can make a big difference. Learn about simple strategies for healthier holidays from the American Heart Association. Take your time: Don’t rush through meals. Enjoy mealtime with family and friends by pausing between bites and savoring your food. Practice […]