July 2014: Physical & Environmental Wellbeing
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The World Around Us!
Welcome to the July issue of TotalWellbeing! We will be shifting gears this month as we look at our physical self and our place in the world around us as we introduce our next topics, physical and environmental wellbeing. These two aspects of wellbeing have a profound connection that cannot be ignored if we are to be able to sustain both ourselves as well as the environment. To explore this relationship more closely please read The Connection, below.
June saw some important updates on the MINES blog that focused on the ever-critical topic of resilience. One post from our case managers talked about the core essentials of what Resilience means and the importance of recognizing it in yourself and others. Then, if you’ve never heard the term “poley, poley, sippy, sippy” or climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, you need to read this inspirational story.
We wish you a happy and safe Independence Day this month, and look forward to bringing you more content and insight as we continue on through summer. To stay on top of it all please visit our blog, and follow us on our LinkedIn showcase pages to stay ahead of the curve.
To your total wellbeing,
The MINES Team
Physical & Environmental Wellbeing
|It is important to be aware of the fact that humans have a very real relationship between our physical selves and the environment. From the climate in which we live to the way that our workplace and homespace are constructed, there are real implications for our physical health. With this concept in mind the importance of taking care of ourselves as well as the world around us becomes evident.|
Develop &Track Healthier Eating Habits
How Climates Changes Affect Your Health
|The path to a healthier lifestyle often starts with your eating habits. With ChooseMyPlate.gov you can find tons of nutrition information, track your eating habits, physical activity, and more. All this helps to stay informed about what you are eating, and track the impact of your efforts to help your hard work pay off, plus it’s free!To access this tool, click here.||Weather and climate can have a profound effect on your health. We may not think about this every day, or at all, but the condition of the environment and climate is very much connected to allergies, diseases, air quality, and other critical health concerns. Check out this resource by the EPA to learn more. |
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