Talking to Children About Returning to School During the Pandemic

Hey, has anyone had conversations with their kids about Covid-19? Of course it depends on their age and ability to comprehend. While children may not understand the full scope of the COVID-19 pandemic, they do know that the world is different. This Live Well, Work Well flyer provides talking tips from the Centers for Disease […]

Mindful Perspective – Breathe

A new study suggests that parents may be able to breathe a sigh of relief. Why? As it turns out, the key to better parenting and better mental health may be as simple as letting go of worry and releasing ourselves from judgment. In other words, mindfulness. – Sarah Wheeler The concept of mindfulness is […]

Mindful Benefits – Friendship

Having strong relationships is one of the single greatest predictors of wellness, happiness, and longevity. And our connections flourish when we take time to get to know ourselves, and others, better. – Jeremy Hunter Do you still have that friend, friends from high school? When you see them, you get taken right back like you […]

Did you pay for your Covid-19 Test??

Did you pay for your Covid-19 Test?? Most, if not all of us have friends and, or, loved ones who have had Covid-19 test. Did you pay for your test? Should you be required to pay for the test if you have health insurance? Well, well, well? You should probably not be required to pay […]

Mindful Benefits – Nature

Spending time in nature has healing and restorative power. Being outdoors increases well-being, helps alleviate stress and anxiety, promotes creativity, assists with recovery from mental fatigue, helps restore attention, boosts the brain’s ability to think, and engages the senses. – Catherine Morey-Nase Happy Birthday Scott Hey, everybody’s appreciation of nature is a little different. What’s […]

Mindful Benefits – How about a little more LOVE & CARING in the world

Empathy is one of the greatest gifts we can share. Recent studies have shown empathy is declining and stress levels have a lot to do with it. Oxytocin, or the “love” hormone, works on the same brain receptors as cortisol, the “stress” hormone-it’s neurologically impossible to be both stressed out and really loving and kind […]

Have you thought about your companies benefits?

Meeting about Employee Benefits

Yes, Open Enrollment is not too far away. Use this simple video to let employees know that open enrollment is coming soon and to start thinking about how you used your benefits this last year. Did my benefits perform as expected? Could I have used preventive care better? What are my thoughts on how my […]

Mindful Perspective

Have you ever wondered about Perspective? How 10 people will look at the same event and describe the event 10 different ways? The Grand Canyon photo has not been altered. We took this at dawn, with snow and clouds. What is your perspective? What do you see? How adaptable are you? Part of being adaptable […]

Insightful Thoughts on Covid-19

Robert H Crowell May 15 Dr. Faheem Younus from the University of Maryland in America, head of the Infectious Disease Clinic tweets: We will live with Covid19 for many, many months. Let’s not deny it or panic. Let’s not make life unnecessarily difficult. Let us learn to be happy and live with that fact. The virus […]

Mindful Moment

Take three mindful breaths: Choose your focal point: notice the breath enter and exit through the nose, chest, or stomach. – Sharon Salzberg   “Your mind will answer most questions if you learn to relax and wait for the answer.” — William Burroughs “Tension is who you think you should be. Relaxation is who you […]