WHAT IS

W_LLNESS?

Wellness is to proactively explore the eight (8) elements to creating, maintaining,  and enhancing one's personal well-being that includes building and maintaining a healthy lifestyle by reducing stress, preventing disease, and increasing authentic experiences.

8
WELLNESS
ELEMENTS

Emotional Wellness is having the ability to adapt to negative and positive changes.  It includes exploring brightening your outlook, reducing stress, building self-esteem, quality sleep, being mindful,  coping with loss, strengthening positive human connections, forgiving others, and forgiving yourself.  

EMOTIONAL
WELLNESS

Environmental Wellness is limiting your exposure to personal, professional, physical, spatial, geographical and relational surroundings that can be harmful to your well-being because it is difficult to heal in the same place(s) that brings you harm.

ENVIRONMENTAL
WELLNESS

Financial Wellness is assessing of your wants and your needs, awareness of your debt to income ratio, access to financial education, and financial self-control through tracking your expenses and budgeting in order to successfully manage your expenses.

FINANCIAL
WELLNESS

Intellectual Wellness is the active pursuit of academic, cultural, and community participation. It is the ability to gather data, turn it into knowledge, and using that wisdom to gain and maintain skills, creativity, curiosity, and lifelong learning. 

INTELLECTUAL
WELLNESS
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Occupational (Vocational)  Wellness is to be engaged and  interested in your work, have work-life balance, collaboration with others, working independently, and always looking to increase your knowledge and skills that fits your occupational goals.

OCCUPATIONAL
WELLNESS

Physical Wellness is learning to put the best foods in your body, and obtaining and maintaining the proper amount of physical activity, sleep, preventative and medical care, and a healthy weight to keep your body energized and working properly in the continuous struggle against disease and stress.

PHYSICAL
WELLNESS

Social Wellness is having the self-esteem to be yourself in all situations, knowing your cultural biases but still appreciating diversity, communicating clearly especially through conflict, and being okay with being alone while having the ability to build and maintain friendships that only want to see you win.

SOCIAL
WELLNESS

Spiritual Wellness is guiding values, principles, or beliefs that give meaning, purpose, and inner peace to one's life through joy, love, compassion, forgiveness, and can allow for values to develop and change from life experiences while respecting the differences of others.

SPIRITUAL
WELLNESS