A cluttered, disorganized desk affects more than the physical space you sit in each workday—it can also affect your stress level. Keeping your workspace tidy and organized can help you feel less stressed and work more efficiently, helping you be more successful and productive at work. Try these tips to get started! De-clutter your desk. … Continue reading To Stress Less, Keep a Tidy Desk
We are half way through March and you still have time to celebrate National Nutrition Month. This campaign focuses on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. Use the resources below to set goals for yourself and make adjustments to your routine to help improve your nutrition … Continue reading March is National Nutrition Month!
As a reminder, SPC works with local personal trainers to provide one-on-one or small group training on SPC campuses. Each employee has access to these personal trainers and 2 free 1-hour sessions per calendar year. Our trainers include: Janice Drinkwine, Kimberly Gabriel, and now Barbara Odom! We are happy to welcome Barbara, to our team of … Continue reading SPC Wellness Welcomes New Personal Trainer!
The spring biometric screenings have begun! Click here to see the full schedule of the screenings. After the screening you may be confused on what your results represent and where to go from here. Join a Certified Health Educator from BayCare as they go into detail about what the numbers mean and what you can do impact … Continue reading I Know My Numbers…Now What?
It’s that time of year, again! Biometric Screenings are coming to each campus. A biometric screening is a short, confidential test that screens for certain conditions by checking your: Cholesterol Glucose Levels Blood Pressure Body Mass Screenings take 15-20 minutes to complete. Email reminders will be sent out to each campus with links to schedule … Continue reading 2017 Spring Biometric Screenings!
Join the movement to raise awareness for heart disease in women by wearing red on Friday, February 3rd. February is American Health Month. Heart disease and stroke kills 1 in 3 women each year. Nearly one women every 80 seconds. “We have the power to change that… 80 percent of cardiac and stroke events may … Continue reading National Wear Red Day is Tomorrow!
It is that time of year! Start off the New Year right by making a plan to improve your health! A study done at Dominican University showed that people “who wrote down their goals accomplished significantly more than those who did not write down their goals” (Forbes). So whatever your resolution may be, write it … Continue reading New Year, New Resolutions!
Have your family’s holiday traditions started to feel more like work, leaving you stressed and exhausted? Maybe the shuttling between extended families, the baking, frantic shopping, over-the-top decorating and attending multiple parties is overextending you physically, mentally and financially. You’re not alone. Many people find the holiday extravaganza overstimulating and more stressful than satisfying. Don’t … Continue reading Tweak Your Traditions To Have A Joyful Holiday!