Submitted by Lisa Batitto of Enlightened Path Healing. Incorporating mindfulness and meditation into the workplace will improve the overall well-being for you or your employees.
Submitted by Caitlin P. Dettmer from Connell Foley. Though it sounds like a mass exodus of employees from the workforce is imminent, the catchy alliteration “quiet quitting” is really just a reminder to employers to communicate expectations to their employees.
Submitted by Nina Tucker, President of Noesis Marketing. When a brand is considered strong, the name is well-known, the products sell easily at desired prices, and customers choose it regularly over other brands.
Submitted by Damalie Namale from Forerunner Counseling. Having low self-esteem is something many people of all ages deal with. While a low self-esteem is not considered a mental health condition itself, the way we think about ourselves directly impacts our mental health and overall well-being.
Submitted by Kessler Rehabilitation Center West Caldwell. Destination driving vacations are a staple of American culture. But long hours spent crammed into a car can wreak havoc on your body before vacation even begins. As the miles go by, an aching back, a crick in your neck or tense shoulders can put the brakes on feeling good by the time you arrive.