Live Well, Work Well – April 2020

Topics Include:
• Laughter May be a Key in Fighting Workplace Stress
• Are You Getting Enough Calcium?
• Top 5 Calcium-rich Foods
Healthy Snacks to Satisfy Your Workday Hunger
•Recipe: Citrus Salad

Tips to Help You When Working from Home

During this unprecedented time, many workers have been pushed to work from home. If you are one of these newly remote workers you may find that, although it is wonderful to be able to continue to work, working from home can provide its own set of distractions, issues, and complications. Check out these tips that might help to ease the transition.

Stress Awareness Month

Stress is unavoidable, and especially as we move through the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us likely find ourselves stressed in some way. And though stress is not always bad, stress promoted by negative feelings that appears frequently and/or for longer periods of time can be a major health issue.

Live Well, Work Well – March 2020

Topics Include:
• Eating Healthy Doesn’t Have to Be Expensive
• 5 Sleep Habits You Need to Adopt
• Get a Good Night’s Sleep With Food
• Experts Are Warning of Another Bad Flu Season
• Recipe: Baked Lentils Casserole

Focusing on Nutrition

National Nutrition Month® was created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics as an annual campaign to use the month of March as a time to reflect upon the importance of healthy food choices, eating habits, and physical activity habits. By intentionally examining our food choices and eating habits and replacing the unhealthy ones with healthier ones we can create new habits.

Maintenance Spring Cleaning for Homeowners

Though the weather may not always cooperate, the First Day of Spring will arrive in just a few short weeks. When the milder weather begins to take over, many people dive into spring cleaning mode and get their house decluttered and dust-free. But Spring is also the perfect time to take care of your home maintenance spring cleaning.

Natural Disasters: Flood Safety

According to the Insurance Information Institute, “flooding is the most common and costly natural disaster in the United States, causing billions in economic losses each year.” Floods can be costly, dangerous, and devastating to individuals, businesses, and communities. Knowing what you can do to protect yourself and your assets can give you peace of mind.

Live Well, Work Well – January 2020

Topics Include:
• Don’t Fall Into This New Year’s Resolution Trap
• It’s National Blood Donor Month
• Superfood May Help Prevent Diabetes
• Recipe: Mexican Chicken Soup