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Employee Wellbeing

How to Be More Thankful This Month and Always

by Jessica Malen

“A thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all the other virtues.” – Cicero Has anyone ever asked you what it is you are truly grateful for? Did you know that simple question can change your… Continue Reading →

Cranberries: The Hidden Superfood in Your Holiday Meal

by Beth Czischke

Did you know? Cranberries are a rich source of fiber and contain several vitamins and minerals. This holiday season, there’s no need to serve that gelatinous, store-bought, canned stuff when cranberry sauce can easily be made from scratch in about… Continue Reading →

How to Build Your Emotional Intelligence

by Beth Czischke

To summarize our last two posts, emotional intelligence, or EQ, is the awareness of one’s own and other people’s emotions, as well as the ability to manage them. EQ involves being able to understand and label emotions accurately, and use… Continue Reading →

A New Way to Think About Wellbeing Engagement

by Chris Sullivan

Traditionally, wellness programs have focused on certain key elements of health, such as nutrition and physical activity. Simply getting people to participate has been a primary goal. More recently, there has been a significant shift to focus more on the… Continue Reading →

Characteristics of People With High EQ

by Beth Czischke

As we mentioned in our last post, emotional intelligence, or EQ, is the awareness of one’s own and other people’s emotions. EQ involves being able to understand and label emotions accurately, and use this information to guide one’s actions or… Continue Reading →

What Is Emotional Intelligence?

by Beth Czischke

“Emotional intelligence is the ability to make emotions work for you, instead of against you.” ~ Justin Bariso, in an article for Inc. Magazine Emotional intelligence, also referred to as EQ, is the awareness of one’s own emotions and those… Continue Reading →

Lettuce Grow Together

by Jessica Malen

At Asset Health, wellbeing is more than a job, it’s a way of life. So this past spring and summer we started a garden at our Troy office, not only to add some beauty to our grounds, but to offer… Continue Reading →

Who Should Be Gluten-Free?

by Jessica Malen

What Does It Mean to Be Gluten-Free?      Being gluten-free means not eating the protein called gluten. Gluten acts as the glue that holds foods together and helps them maintain their shape. Gluten is found in grains, such as wheat, rye… Continue Reading →

Unique Therapies That Could Help Remedy Your Sleep Troubles

by Maya Munot

Sleep hygiene describes the actions you take throughout the day that impact your quality of sleep at night. Examples of these actions include: keeping electronics out of your bedroom, avoiding caffeine or dinner close to bedtime, and lowering the lights… Continue Reading →

Alternative Ways to Fit in Fitness at Work

by Jessica Malen

We all know exercise is important, but sometimes scheduling the time for it can be a challenge. Luckily, all you need is 15 to 30 minutes and you can fit in fitness on your lunch break or throughout your workday…. Continue Reading →

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