Welcome to the GSC Organizational Wellness page, designed to keep you informed of ongoing and upcoming GSC news, events, and happenings.
The GSC Organizational Wellness Team hopes this will be a space for all of us, individually and as a community, to explore new ways of keeping organizational wellness a part of our daily lives, and to encourage each other along the way.
Your questions, comments, suggestions, and ideas are welcome.
Wellness Information & Resources / Presenter Christine Cook
Each of the following links takes you to a Zoom webinar recording presented by Wellness Coach, Christine Cook. Each session covers a specific topic designed to help you improve you overall health and well-being through making changes in your lifestyle.
May EAP Webinar – Raising Well Adjusted Kids
Available On Demand beginning May 16th.
According to research, there’s a clear connection between happy homes and families eating meals together regularly. Scheduling family dinners on a consistent basis is just one of the steps you can take to create happiness in your home. What else can you do to create a positive home environment for you and your family? Here are some other suggestions to get you started:
- Use positive words on a daily basis. “Start your day with writing three things you are grateful for. Put this somewhere where you and your family can see,” Rad suggests in her article for The Huffington Post. “This will train your brain to be grateful and happy.”
- Do chores together. “Who knew that excavating the garage together could yield more than ten-year-old paint cans? Doing chores as a family can be a major bliss booster,” writes author Charlotte Latvala in a recent article for Parenting.com. “You work, you talk, and you get closer.” According to her, “even running everyday errands with your child, whether walking the dog or going to the gas station, can provide short but sweet bonding time.”
- Display sentimental items around your home. “One reason that experiences (and memories of those experiences) make us happier than material things is due to the entire cycle of enjoyment that experiences provide: planning the experience, looking forward to the experience, enjoying the experience, and then remembering the experience,” writes ApartmentTherapy.com contributor Jackie Ashton. “Make your home a gallery of positive memories.”
Go to your EAP web site: www.EAPhelplink.com Enter your code: USNH and look for Online Seminars in the lower right hand corner of this homepage or you can search for them by title.
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