Category Archives: Workplace Wellness
When a “storm” approaches, you will have the strength, power, and resiliency to rise above to the top… Positivity. Persistence. Perseverance.
Healthy Recipe of the Week A Refreshing Summer Salad Watermelon Salad with Feta and Honeyed Pistachios Ingredients 1 small Red Onion (sliced) 3 tablespoons Red Wine Vinegar 3 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1/2 cup Unsalted Pistachios (roughly chopped) 2 tablespoon … Continue reading
When was the last time you experienced joy? How do cherry blossoms, rainbows, bubbles, and googly eyes make you feel? Where can you find joy? Writer and designer, Ingrid Fetell Lee’s TED Talk, Where Joy Hides and How to Find It, shares the … Continue reading
How many routes can you find to safely cross this treacherous stream? Obstacles in life can present in a similar way. Seek the strong and stable stepping stones that will bring you to your destination, safe and sound and most proud. … Continue reading
Where will your path take you this week? Enjoy the journey, appreciating each bump in your path, for it is these bumps that will make you stronger and more resilient to be your best future self. Success comes from knowing … Continue reading
It’s not the mountain we conquer, but ourselves. – Sir Edmund Hillary This past weekend I climbed to Camp Muir at 10,000ft (8.2 miles and 4,700ft. elevation gain). The Mount Rainier summit is 14,410 ft. Each challenge we overcome, obstacle … Continue reading
Obstacles blocking are paths are inevitable throughout life’s journey. How will you find your bridge to help get you to the other side? Practice the three P’s: Positivity, Persistence, Presence.
Whether you think you can or can’t, you’re right. — Henry Ford Don’t let what you can’t do interfere with what you can do. — John Wooden When faced with the next challenge, think I can. We are stronger than we think.
Growth is not steady, forward, upward progression. It is instead a switchback trail: three steps forward, two back, one around the bushes, and a few simply standing, before another forward leap. — Dorothy Corkville Briggs