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LEAP Into Well-being Countdown

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We invite you to join the FSAP’s LEAP into Well-being,” a 29-day challenge beginning February 1, 2020. We hope that you will be inspired by this month’s four themes of well-being: self-care, gratitude, resilience and social connectedness.

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.

Participate

To register and participate in LEAP into Well-being, a 29-day challenge, visit Ulearn and search the keywords “LEAP into Well-being.”

 

Participate in 4 out of the 7 activities per week for the entire month (a total of 16 or more) to enter your name into the raffle contest.

Recognition

Certificates and raffle gifts will be awarded at the end of the month during the social connect event. A subsequent communication will be sent to participants with more details.

 

Participants must register in ULearn to qualify for raffle prizes and a program certificate. Note: Attendance in the end-of-the-month social connect event is not required to participate. 

Health and Well-being

Earn 300 Well ’Canes Wellness points by attending 2 of the 3 seminars offered. UM, satellite locations may contact FSAP to schedule a seminar in their office.


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

Well-being is the ability of individuals to address normal stresses, work productively, and realize one’s highest potential.