TotalWellbeing: December 2014

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Peace on Earth, and of mind!

Welcome to the December issue of TotalWellbeing! Here we find ourselves in the last month of the year and therefore the last wellbeing connection for the 2014 season. This month we chose to focus on social and spiritual wellbeing as those will be important concepts to focus on during the holiday season. This time of year can be tough as we balance personal traditions and beliefs with social events and sharing. This balance can lead to stress but can also open up channels of communication and bonding unique to this time of year.  To explore this relationship more closely please read The Connection, below.

November was National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and to honor this important cause out latest post on MINESblog discussed some important considerations for Alzheimer’s and the caregivers that help those that suffer from this horrible disease.

Next month we will be back with a fresh format and new content ready to start 2015 off with a bang. You can look forward to new resources and new ways to support your wellbeing. 2015 isn’t going to be all about what MINES has to say, we want to hear from you! That’s right, we will be calling on you to share your own wellbeing stories and triumphs. Don’t worry though, there will be interesting incentives to make sure you have a reason to share and have your voice heard.

Please follow our blog and LinkedIn showcase pages as we move into the new year. 2015 is already shaping up to be filled with more information, resources, helpful tips, and inspiration than ever and we don’t want you to miss anything!

To your total wellbeing,

The MINES Team

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The Connection:

Social & Spiritual Wellbeing

Social and Spiritual wellbeing are a tough connection. While most people would say that their spirituality is a personal detail of their lives, spirituality has the power to bring people together. Whether it be a yoga class, a church group, a or even a Buddhist monastery, what we do by ourselves to enrich our own spirituality has the power to bring us together and even form communities around this very personal aspect of our lives. And in turn our social connections can open our eyes to new ways to see the world and fresh ideas on how to nurture the spiritual need within.

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Spiritual Wellbeing

How to Avoid Being Socially Awkward

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Why is Spirituality Important?

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Once you realize that everyone is afraid of being socially awkward and that there are ways to move on from awkward situations with grace and confidence, you’ll be on your way to embracing social interactions instead of dreading them. If you want to know how to avoid being socially awkward, check out these easy steps from WikiHow.com.To read the full article, click here. Every day studies are showing more ways that spiritual wellbeing is important to overall health. Find out what some of these benefits are and why spirituality is important to nurture so you can learn to be mindful of your own spirituality in your everyday life.To read the full article, click here.
 mines_logo_blue MINES does not warrant the materials (Audio, Video, Text, Applications, or any other form of media or links) included in this communication have any connection to MINES & Associates, nor does MINES seek to endorse any entity by including these materials in this communication.  MINES accepts no liability for the consequences of any actions taken on the basis of the information provided herein, nor any additional content that may be made available through any third-party site. We found them helpful, and hope you do too!
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