Published on June 5th, 2019 | by University Communications0
A Wealth of Wellness—June 2019
The Benefits Department presents A Wealth of Wellness for the month of June.
Featured webinar: “Building a healthy body image” at 3 p.m. on Thursday, June 27. Click to view webinar.
Monthly Awareness: Alzheimer’s Awareness Month – Click here to watch a presentation.
Featured “Let’s Talk” information of the month: “The value of being vulnerable” – Watch the Video.
Take a few minutes to watch beneficial videos in the Resources for Living member site: What is mindfulness?
Don’t forget, you have endless resources for behavioral, mental, physical, and daily living health through the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). This is a free benefit provided to you by Saint Leo University through Aetna’s Resources for Living.
Everyday support for everyday life
The purpose of our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is to take care of employees going through difficult times and help them to deal with these situations.
EAP representatives are here for you 24/7 to support you. This is confidential assistance and you and your household members up to age 26 can call for free.
For access to services, simply call (877) 398-5816 and select Option 1 for EAP.
What they do for you
- Numerous participants call for help with:
- Stress and anxiety
- Emotional wellbeing
- Legal and financial issues
- Family conflict
- Alcohol and drug abuse
- Grief and loss
What should I eat and drink?
Let’s take a look of the Harvard’s Healthy Eating Plate. This model proposes to consume healthy fats, healthy proteins, and also includes vegetables, fruits, and whole grains. In addition, they recommend healthy drinks with water as the best choice instead of sugary beverages, and coffee and tea without added sweeteners. Saint Leo employees have numerous water fountains available; remember that water is calorie free. Learn more at Healthy Drinks.
Cooking for one? Try these money- and time-saving tips
- Hit the store twice a week to avoid meals that go to waste.
- Save on salads and get pre-made salads at the salad bar.
- Buy dry goods in bulk such as dry beans or grains.
- Opt for frozen over fresh. Frozen fruits and vegetables are close to or just as nutritious as their fresh counterparts.
- Reach for canned fish, canned light tuna, and canned wild salmon are great options when buying fresh isn’t possible.
- Look at your bigger picture shopping list. Most foods go on sale in cycles of about three to four months; this can help to save some money and change your menu.
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Do you want Rally credit this month?
Attend The Learn How to Adopt a Healthy Life Style Webinar at 2 p.m. on Thursday, June 20. Attending this session will earn $10 in onsite event credit. Credit will be visible on your Rally portal by the end of July.
Other ways to get Rally points:
- One hour without screens
- Save $3 a day
- Be grateful each day
- Eat fish this week
- Meet with friends every week
Log in or get your Rally app but don’t miss the opportunity to redeem your rewards for all kind of gift cards like electronics, entertainment, restaurants, or even airlines and cruises.
Keep in mind, one Rally incentive per person.
What is Talkspace?
It is an online therapy platform that connects you with a licensed behavioral therapist via web browser or the mobile app. Your therapist will respond daily, five days per week. Learn more about these free counseling sessions.
Enjoy a personalized community tour from Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices
If you are new in the area and looking for a new place in town, take advantage of this opportunity and get a community tour to help explore available housing. Check out the voucher available in our intranet.
Contact Resources for Living
Keep in mind, you have endless resources for behavioral, mental, physical and daily living health through the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). This is a free benefit provided to you by Saint Leo University through Aetna’s Resources for Living.
For access to services, simply call (877) 398-5816 and select Option 1 for EAP. Online: www.resourcesforliving.com.
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