Tag Archive: Wellness Challenge

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Brushing and flossing the right way more than once a day helps protect your mouth from gum disease. It can also help with bad breath. Try using a soft bristled brush and fluoride… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

How do you feel about your finances right now? Maybe you earn enough, but still worry about how you’ll make your next mortgage payment or how you’ll save for your kids’ college costs.… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Having a well-stocked first-aid kit on hand can help you deal with everyday injuries on the road and at home. Stock up on first-aid supplies and put together a first-aid kit for both… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

  Life is a marathon, not a sprint. You don’t have an endless supply of energy. And if you’re not careful, you may run out of steam. So, try not to run yourself… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

One source of nagging stress can be those problems we tend to ignore, but which don’t ever quite go away. When you proactively face a problem that has you worried, you’re more likely… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Some people tend to go about each day worrying about the future or dwelling on the past. Or their attention is pulled away by constant multi-tasking and digital distractions. But these things can… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Give your nails a trim and file today. It may help keep them healthy and strong, and prevent them from breaking or splitting. To trim your nails, use nail clippers or nail scissors.… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Learning a new skill can help keep your mind active and engaged. It may help spark the birth of new brain cells and more connections between them. Write down what you would like… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

Don’t use household cleaners in a closed room. Turn on the fan and open some windows. This is really important if someone with asthma or other breathing problems lives in your home. Fumes… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

We can feel stressed by things outside ourselves, such as traffic jams, a snarky co-worker, or an overly long to-do list. But sometimes, what is going on inside us can cause stress, too.… Continue reading

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