1. Playfullness at Work

    Are you aware of all the benefits that playfulness has, or could have, in our lives? While there is much research showing these benefits in our personal lives, there has not been much attention given to the benefits of playfulness when it comes to organizations and workplaces. Playfulness in our workplaces have many benefits--including helping with learning, creativity and stress management. To le…Read More

  2. Nurses Feel Uncared for by Leadership

    According to this recent survey, many nurses feel their employers do not care about their personal well-being and feel their leadership does not provide the professional and personal support that they need. No wonder 1 in 5 first-year nurses quit. Let's show them how much WE DO CARE--let's give them selfcare for healthcare! To learn more about how you can show your nurses you DO care, visit us atÂ…Read More

  3. Hire Seasoned Employees

    There are so many fabulous reasons to hire older employees, or seasoned employees, as I like to refer to them. According to Pew Research, there are actually more older Americans working now than at anytime since 2000. Many of them are retiring and looking for a second act. These seasoned employees have a lot to offer to a workplace. They are often wise and experienced, loyal, on time, and enjoy pr…Read More

  4. Healthier Employees Are Socially Connected

    The Mayo Clinic has advised that people with strong social connections are generally healthier. They have reduced risk of depression, high blood pressure and being over weight. This is important because healthier employees have so many benefits, including having higher work performance, fewer sick days, and bring more energy to the workplace. We all know that forming relationships at work can be a…Read More

  5. Happiness in the Workplace

    Happiness is one of the most overlooked aspects of health and well-being. Relationships are crucial to our happiness. Are you building friendships with those you work with, who work for you, or who you work for? Visit us at SelfCare for HealthCare™ to learn how you can improve your relationships in your workplace.…Read More

  6. Goat yoga and many more

    There must a Yoga for you. Recently one of my Selfcare for Healthcare hospitals sent me a photo of their department doing Goat yoga--I had never even heard of it, and begin exploring this Goat yoga on the internet. I came to learn there are too many forms of Yoga to name. With so many Yoga options out there, there must be one just perfect for you! Visit us at SelfCare for HealthCare™ to learn m…Read More

  7. National Public Health Week

      April 2-8th   is National Public Health Week so this is a perfect time to recognize the life-saving work of our public health nurses.  These devoted men and women impact the health and well-being of their communities and our world. Public Health Nurses comprise the largest segment of the professional public health workforce and serve in many settings such as health departments, school…Read More

  8. Build Teams By Eating Together

    In my last video I spoke about the wide-reaching effects that good social connectedness can have on our overall health. Build stronger relationship with friends and co-workers alike by sharing a meal together--this truly can be one of THE best ways to develop those connections.…Read More

  9. Being Socially Connected At Work

    Are you missing out on opportunities for social connectivity at work? Most of us spend lots of time at work and missing out on the opportunity for these social relationships at work can have a large influence on our overall health and happiness.…Read More

  10. Worst Excuses for Missing Work

    A new report from CareerBuilder lists the worst excuses for missing work in 2017. According to the annual survey, 40% of workers have called in sick when they weren’t, compared to 35% in 2016. Among the craziest reasons provided by employees, as reported by employers: A bear was in employee’s yard and they were afraid to come out. Employee’s phone exploded and it hurt their hand. Employee…Read More