“Don’t be pushed by your problems.  Be led by your dreams.”  – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Occupational wellness is the ability to achieve a balance between work and leisure in a way that promotes health, a sense of personal satisfaction and (in some cases) be financially rewarding.  It can also include doing work that you find motivating and interesting, working in a way that fits into your personal learning style and feeling inspired and challenged and feeling good at the end of the day about the work you accomplished.



  • Stay connected with co-workers (even while working from home)
  • Write out goals and a plan to execute them
  • Take a break – regularly!
  • Take a class to improve your skills…or learn a new one
  • Improve your time management skills

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