Finding the Work-Life Balance That Works For You – Day #29

The term “Work-Life Balance” may be a bit overused these days. What does it mean, and why is it important? Balancing where you put your energy and time can impact your health. Disconnecting from work after you physically leave the work environment can be difficult for us all. At MHC, leaving work at work can… Read more »

Ubuntu – Day #28

You can’t control what happens to you, but you can control your response Tonight, I had the unexpected honor of connecting with a small group of amazing individuals. Due to the poor weather and multiple traffic accidents, An Evening with Colleen Kelly Alexander tuned into a more intimate gathering than expected. While keeping an optimistic… Read more »

A Day of Remembrance – Day #27

May 27, 2019 is Memorial Day. At 3:00 p.m., MHC’s Facebook page will be playing “Taps”, a bugle call which is traditionally played in remembrance of a fallen soldier at memorial services. 3:00 p.m. on Memorial Day is known as the National Moment of Remembrance and citizens are asked to gather together for one minute… Read more »

Feeding the Soul is Good for the Mind – Day #26

Regardless of whether you rely on meditation, yoga, or religion, caring for your soul is an important part of taking care of yourself that can improve physical and mental health along the way. Research on this topic finds several reasons for how spirituality is linked to good mental health. They include: having a connection to… Read more »

Show Us Your Labels, Without Apology – Day #25

Layshia Clarendon is a basketball star player. She identifies as gender-nonconforming, a devout Christian, a person of color, a lesbian, and a wife. Those are a lot of labels. Yet, she is someone who is comfortable in her own skin, happy to tell you that she is who she is, without apology. In the article… Read more »