Month: February 2021
Did you know it’s National Heart Month? ❤️
4 simple ways to prioritize heart health With heart disease clinching the top spot as the leading cause of death in the U.S., it’s always a good time to think about small shifts you can make to help lower risk factors, like high blood pressure and cholesterol. And while this topic can often feel overwhelming, […]
Do you know all that Fidelity and TIAA offers to VCU faculty and staff?
Fidelity provides financial well-being webinars for all VCU faculty and staff, whether you are a Fidelity customer or not. AMERICA SAVES WEEK is February 22-26, 2021 Join VCU HR and Fidelity for this session to help you save! Friday, February 26th – 12 pm Take the First Steps to Investing (Presented by VCU HR and […]
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13 Ways to Celebrate and Honor Black History Month
Black History Month in February is a great time to celebrate, honor, recognize, and delve deeper into Black history. Here are 13 things you can do to celebrate Black History Month to expand your knowledge, share with others, and get involved in your communities. 1. Learn About the Man Behind Black History MonthCarter G. Woodson […]
Love Yourself: Self-care Tips at Work
We just celebrated Valentine’s Day where you showed your love to others. Now it’s time for you! It’s important to love yourself too – a great place to start is with some self-care strategies for you at work brought to you by CommonHealth VA.
12 Foods You’re Probably Refrigerating That You Actually Shouldn’t
Save yourself some fridge space. If it seems like your refrigerator is always stuffed to the brim, that might be because it’s packed with foods that really don’t need to be in there. For a long time I assumed that anything fresh or organic absolutely needed to be refrigerated, but the opposite is true in some cases. […]