The Best Food for Your Mood

Many of us who are looking to stay or get into better shape start to evaluate one or two areas of our lives: what we do to move and what we put into our body. If weight loss is your goal, you increase your cardio and weight lifting while decreasing your caloric intake. When you want to bulk up and gain more muscle, you start lifting even heavier weights and increase your daily protein consumption. While all of this takes care of your physical health, what about mental health?

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Mental Health Days in the Workplace

For many companies, keeping production levels high while keeping employees happy is at the top of their goals.  They put effort into trainings, strive to increase performance, and even offer health screenings or health education.  The question to consider involves mental health days being offered to employees.  Do many companies put forth effort into recognizing employee mental health and offer mental health days?

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Smile and Move

The Kim Foundation’s parent company, C&A Industries, takes pride in all who work there by offering courses for career and personal growth. I had the opportunity earlier this year to complete Professional Development where I learned a great lesson; one that seems obvious, but so important to remember when stress starts to take over. 

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“Free the Mind”

On August 2nd Film Streams at The Ruth Sokolof Theater partnered with Mindfulness Outreach Initiative to screen the documentary, “Free the Mind,” which was followed by a panel discussion and guided meditation. The film follows Professor Richard J. Davidson, a world renowned neuroscientist, who studies the use of meditation, breathing, and mindfulness as an alternative treatment to depression, anxiety, and posttraumatic stress disorder.

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