Items Tagged ‘wellness’

September 25, 2018

5 Reasons Why You’re Always Hungry (And How To Fix It)

By tjorgenson tjorgenson

It’s been a mere hour and 32 minutes since your last meal, and you’re spending more time thinking about what you’re going to eat next than you are finishing up that project due by the end of the day. You feel like you’re eating enough, but no matter what you put in your body, you […]

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Tags: Eat Well, Fit & Flavorful, health, Healthy Eating, Move, Nutrition, wellness


September 11, 2018

Making the Grade: A+ Lunches & Apples!

By The DAHLC The DAHLC

The fall season brings the start of a new school year, and welcomes in “new” produce, notably apples! For an A+ grade this season in healthy eating, make gradual changes with your dietary choices. Lunch is a great meal to start with and by packing your lunch, it can help you plan for better options […]

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Tags: apple, apples, Blog, Eat Well, fall, Fit & Flavorful, health and wellness coach staff, Healthy Eating, Nutrition, Nutrition Tip, wellness


August 30, 2018

Full Body Weight Training Workout

By tjorgenson tjorgenson

Lifting weights is an important component of any exercise program because it’s the one activity that allows you to build lean muscle tissue. There are plenty of ways to lift weights, but one of the simplest is full body training. Full body workouts are great for hitting all of your major muscle groups in one […]

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Tags: Blog, get fit, Strength, Training, wellness, workout, Workouts


March 26, 2018

5 Tips to Help You Age Well

By tjorgenson tjorgenson

Healthy Aging Week is approaching! We are hosting several events during this week to help you “stay young” and age well. We have also provided you with 5 tips for healthy aging. Lets dive in! 1. Eat Well It should come to no surprise that nourishing our body helps us live a longer and healthier […]

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Tags: Blog, Cardio, Coaching, Cycle, Eat Well, Event, get fit, Healthy Eating, Move, Nutrition, Strength, Training


May 15, 2017

“I am hoping to build community”

By rawlingsnicole rawlingsnicole

When we make an effort to improve our own personal well-being, no matter big or small, we are one step closer to being our best healthiest self! Pam Horlitz is very enthusiastic about wellness. She became a Wellness Champion because she had made a few changes in her own life and was excited to work […]

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Tags: Blog, Champions, wellness, Wellness Champion, worksite wellness


August 26, 2016

Workspace Inspiration!

By The DAHLC The DAHLC

As you look around your work space, do you see funny quotes, pictures of your family members or pet, plants, memorabilia from a vacation or even your favorite coffee mug or drawing from your kid? These are items that many of us display in our office space because it makes us relax, laugh or reflect […]

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Tags: Blog, Inspiration, office, wellness, work space


August 22, 2016

Live Well, Learn How to Fish

By Amy - Coach Amy - Coach

I’ve never been fond of fishing. But the quote “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime” has always had meaning for me. When I was offered the opportunity to become a leader of the Living Well with Chronic […]

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Tags: Blog, Chronic, Coaching, living well with chronic conditions, LWCC, Registrations, self care, wellness


July 29, 2016

12 Habits: Laugh

By rawlingsnicole rawlingsnicole

Laura Swenson, MS, RN, Patient Education Specialist for the Office of Patient Education, says that, “Laughter can be very contagious.  Share it with everyone. It can be used for general health, chronic conditions, mental health, relationships, workplace stress, not to mention, it is safe for all ages. Common side effects: release physical tension, heart and vascular […]

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Tags: Blog, discover, laughter, Laughter Yoga, wellness, worksite wellness


May 10, 2016

You fed them how much!?

By Desiree Ahrens Desiree Ahrens

Pumping sucks. Literally. As a mom returning to work, it really sucks. Not only are you away from your baby, but this pump is supposed to trigger your hormones to make milk for your baby. Not sure about some of the new pumps on the market, but mine looked nothing like my baby! Plus, I […]

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Tags: Blog, breastfeeding, lactation, Pregnancy, Pregnancy Program, registration, Specialty, wellness


Compassionate Moms

May 3, 2016

Compassionate Moms

By Desiree Ahrens Desiree Ahrens

Did you have them naturally? Do twins run in your family? Did you use fertility drugs? Are you going back to work? Did you get an epidural? Are you sending them to childcare? I can’t believe you are breastfeeding!? You would think these would be questions close friends and family would ask, but no. They […]

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Tags: Blog, Coaching, core, Mission Motherhood, mom, mother, Movement Training, new mom, pelvic floor, postnatal, Pregnancy, Registrations