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Would you like to live your life with less stress and more happiness? Want to ensure that you are hope-driven, supportive leader?

Stress is a powerful force in life. It can bring about illness, destroy relationships and cause chaos. There is not a one-size-fits-all coping strategy for building resiliency. Our goal is to put a plan together that helps us and our teams to deal with the sources of stress, take care of ourselves during those stressful times, and allows us to reach out to those around us for support. The Work Smart Live Smart flash briefing focuses on helping you and your team to Harness Your Energy, Build Your Resiliency and Protect Your Mental Health!

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Would you like to live your life with less stress and more happiness? Want to ensure that you are hope-driven, supportive leader?

Stress is a powerful force in life. It can bring about illness, destroy relationships and cause chaos. There is not a one-size-fits-all coping strategy for building resiliency. Our goal is to put a plan together that helps us and our teams to deal with the sources of stress, take care of ourselves during those stressful times, and allows us to reach out to those around us for support. The Work Smart Live Smart flash briefing focuses on helping you and your team to Harness Your Energy, Build Your Resiliency and Protect Your Mental Health!

    TIP 2094 – Smile and Take Care Of Your Oral Health

    TIP 2094 – Smile and Take Care Of Your Oral Health

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    Want to live longer?
    Then smile more.
    Smiling is contagious.  It changes our mood. It fights stress and builds your resiliency. Smiling boosts your immune system. It lowers your blood pressure and blocks pain.
    Part of National Smile Month is about maintaining good oral health. I just recently went to see my dentist and I didn’t have it in me to lie about flossing my teeth. I just don’t take the time, especially as life gets busy and rushed. And I am not the only one.
    Currently, research shows that a significant number of us have taken time off work in the last five years due to poor oral health. Most problems with teeth and gums are preventable with a good daily routine. Furthermore, a quarter of all adults have not visited a dentist in the past two years and a similar number only brush their teeth once a day.
    Take One Action Today To Build Your #Resiliency!
    Here are today’s Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating National Smile Month:
    The Oral Health Foundations recommends that we brush our teeth right before going to bed at night and on at least one other occasion throughout the day with a fluoride toothpaste. We should also cut down on how much sugary food and drinks we have, and how often we have them. And finally, we need to go to see our dentist regularly.
    Ultimately, the aim is to help us achieve good physical and mental wellbeing by improving our oral health.
    A smile might be a small gesture, yet it can have a remarkable effect on our state of mind, as well as the emotional happiness of others.
    Remember, If you like today’s wellness tips, let me know. You can leave me a review on amazon or through your #alexa app.
    Looking for more ways to build your resiliency? Take my free on-line resiliency test at worksmartlivesmart.com under the resources and courses tab.
    #Mentalhealth #hr

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    TIP 2093 – Be A Blood Donor

    TIP 2093 – Be A Blood Donor

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    Today is a world-wide celebration to honour and thank those people who donate their blood without any reward, except the knowledge that they have helped to save lives.
    This day has particular significance as it is the birthday of Karl Landsteiner, the Nobel Prize winner who discovered the ABO blood group system.
    Take One Action Today To Build Your #Resiliency!      So Here are today’s Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Blood Donor Day:
    Get others involved and it makes it easier to remember to donate, and less anxious for those who have never gone before.
    Get your office or organization involved and promote it through your on-line or internal communications
    Get your family involved – go together and make it a family-giving project
    Be a role model for others – I love how my mom still goes regularly to donate.
    With our lives being so busy it is easy to forget to do this simple little act of kindness. But this little act can mean the difference between life and death.
    Remember, If you like today’s wellness tips, let me know. You can leave me a review on amazon or through your #alexa app.
    Looking for more ways to build your resiliency? Take my free on-line resiliency test at worksmartlivesmart.com under the resources and courses tab.
    #mentalhealth #hr

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    TIP 2092 – Random Acts Of Light

    TIP 2092 – Random Acts Of Light

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    “There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.”
    This quote by Edith Wharton encourages us to bring light to someone who has been touched by the darkness.
    Many are living in darkness while struggling with illness. These illnesses may be depression, chronic pain, or battling cancer and the struggle they are facing may be draining the light from their life.
    Random Acts of Light encourage everyone to show a random act of light for a friend or loved one with cancer or other illness. Initiatives are being taken across the country to show support, one person at a time.
    Take One Action Today To Build Your #Resiliency!      So Here are today’s Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Random Acts Of Light Day:
    Light The Night showcases the progress being made in the cancer arena along with the importance of supporting patients, one at a time.
    Bring light to someone you know. This can be any random act, big or small.
    Surprise someone at the hospital with a meal, gift certificate or kind gesture.
    Gift a cancer patient or survivor with tickets to a sporting event, or gear from a favorite team.
    Treat a local survivor or patient or colleague to a manicure, pedicure or massage.
    Take those in need out for coffee, ice cream, breakfast, lunch or dinner.
    Sometimes it takes just one gentle word or small token to help overcome darkness.
    Remember, If you like today’s wellness tips, let me know. You can leave me a review on amazon or through your #alexa app.
    Discover how to take small steps towards a healthier, happier, less-stressed, you by visiting my website at worksmartlivesmart.com
    #mentalhealth #hr

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    TIP 2091– Super Human Is Not A Hero

    TIP 2091– Super Human Is Not A Hero

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    Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No! It’s Superman.
    Superman has always stood for what’s best about humanity and for bearing adversity and emerge stronger on the other side.
    Though we may not be superman, we may be suffering with the Super-Human Syndrome.
    Are you running on empty and lying to yourself saying, “I can handle this”?
    Do you believe you can, should and must do it all?
    Feel you could and should do more?
    Neglect your personal needs because others are more important?
    Or believe that if I don’t who will?
    If so, you are probably dealing with the Super-Human Syndrome and are risking your physical and mental health.
     
    Take One Action Today To Build Your #Resiliency!      So Here are today’s Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Super-Human Day:
     
    There is a saying that I love – How thin can I spread myself before I know longer exist?
    We must take care of ourselves first and foremost if we want to be in a position to take care of others.
    Sometimes we need to let go of those things that are causing us to get stressed – unnecessary tasks and unrealistic beliefs and expectations
     
    What is it that you need to let go of – the need for control – approval - to do it all – to be superhuman – and get is all done?
     
    Start by knowing what is important to you and then actively decide how to make those things a priority.
    Sometimes all that is needed is some fine tuning – some simple strategies that energize or relax us and enable us to enjoy the life situations that we are facing. 
     
    Remember, If you like today’s wellness tips, let me know. You can leave me a review on amazon or through your #alexa app.
    Discover how to take small steps towards a healthier, happier, less-stressed, you by visiting my website at worksmartlivesmart.com
    #mentalhealth #hr

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    TIP 2090 – Make Life Beautiful

    TIP 2090 – Make Life Beautiful

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    Today is a day dedicated to encouraging and celebrating those who are making life beautiful.  Whether you’re creating beauty through your art, music, relationships or helping others achieve personal success.
    One small action can lead to a ripple effect.
    Take One Action Today To Build Your #Resiliency!      So Here are today’s Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Making Life Beautiful Day:
    Help someone achieve a personal goal.
    Donate time to a worthy cause.
    Clean up a community space.
    Create a work of art.
    Refinish and repurpose something old.
    Plant a garden or send someone some flowers.
    Connect with a friend.
    Thank a colleague.
    Share a smile.
    Expect the best, not the worst.
    Choose joy. Making life beautiful starts with you and choosing joy will get your attitude on the right track to making an impact in the world.
     
    There’s no real wrong way to celebrate National Making Life Beautiful Day, as long as you do something and keep focused on making life beautiful.
    Remember, If you like today’s wellness tips, let me know. You can leave me a review on amazon or through your #alexa app.
    Looking for more ways to build your resiliency? Take my free on-line vulnerability test at worksmartlivesmart.com under the resources and courses tab.
    #mentalhealth #hr
     
     

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    TIP 2089 – Different Ways Of Handling Stress

    TIP 2089 – Different Ways Of Handling Stress

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    Men tend to deal with stress differently than women. 
    Women tend to share, while men tend to bottle the stress up inside of them.  This can eat away at them causing high blood pressure, gastrointestinal issues, sleep issues and a loss of perspective.  According to the Centers for Disease Control, men die at higher rates than women from the top 10 causes of death, with stress being one of them.
    Take One Action Today To Build Your #Resiliency!      So Here are today’s Tips For Building Resiliency and Celebrating Men’s Health Week:
    Men need to develop positive outlets to relieve their stress while they are at work.
    Many men suffer from ‘terminal seriousness’ in the workplace.  Terminal seriousness can hamper communication, problem solving and teamwork.  So incorporate a play break and have fun. This break can help to increase productivity and creativity, while decreasing stress.
    The purpose of Men’s Health Week is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys.  Finding outlets to work out stress throughout the day, such as squeezing that stress ball or throwing that paper airplane, can prevent stress from building and negatively impacting your health.
    Lighten up and play – your body and mind will thank you.
    Remember, If you like today’s wellness tips, let me know. You can leave me a review on amazon or through your #alexa app.
    Looking for more ways to build your resiliency? Take my free on-line vulnerability test at worksmartlivesmart.com under the resources and courses tab.
    #mentalhealth #hr

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