LEAP Into Well-being

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We invite you to join the FSAP’s “LEAP into Well-being,” 28-day challenge beginning February 1, 2023. We hope that you will be inspired by this month’s four themes of well-being: happiness, balance, wellness and patience.

Each day in February will feature a simple challenge to motivate and stimulate a mindset of physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. This challenge is meant to encourage you to engage in healthier choices while sparking an interest in simple actions that can lead to changes in lifestyle.



How it works: 

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Click the image above to access the calendar.

Register

Find “LEAP into Well-being 2023” on ULearn and register for the event.

 

Those who choose to attend webinars (5 being offered) must register for each webinar separately via the FSAP Wellness Webinars website.

Participate

Do the activities/practices you desire that correspond to each day of the event calendar on your own (which may include webinar attendance).

Get Points

Complete more than 15 LEAP event activities/practices during the month of February will qualify to receive 300 Well ‘Canes points. Participants will attest to this accomplishment on a post-event survey sent to all who register, and points will be reported by the FSAP.

 

Those who attend webinars may receive up to 300 additional Well ‘Canes points for their participation. Participants will be afforded instructions after their attendance of each webinar on how they may report points directly.


Research shows that employees in good health are more likely to deliver optimal performance in the workplace. Healthy employees not only have a better quality of life, but they also benefit from having a lower risk of disease, illness, and injury, as well as increased work productivity and a greater likelihood of contributing to their communities.

Source: CDC Workplace Health Resource Center

This 28-day challenge was of great value! There are very good activities that help you reflect and allow you to become more aware of things you should be doing every so often. Everyone should participate in this or a similar challenge, whether it be casually or actively, as it allows one to reflect.