Wellness Highlights

5 Unhealthy Habits to Ditch this Year

We know that there are lots of people who would like to leave 2020 behind them as the New Year starts. Many of us may also be looking forward to adding new healthy habits to our routines in 2021. But, if adding more responsibility to your plate seems overwhelming, there may be another way…

How to Set Up Your To-Do List for Success

How often do you run out of room on a page to write your to-do list? Keeping track of our daily tasks and pop-up projects can take a lot of mental energy, especially when we’re worried about forgetting something. We have a few suggestions that will make your to-do list manageable and boost your…

Give Back on Volunteer Day, December 5

The holidays are a busy time for most people, but there’s a date you shouldn’t miss: International Volunteer Day on December 5th. Volunteering exemplifies the generosity of the holiday spirit and puts you in a giving mindset without spending a single dollar! Started in 1985, International Volunteer Day is still a perfect time to…

The Far-reaching Effects of Drunk and Drugged Driving

No matter how selfless you try to be, its human nature that most people make decisions based on how much it will affect them, personally. This is especially true when people make the choice to act recklessly, thinking their actions will only make an impact on their own life.  It’s important to remember, though,…

How Home Care Can Help Your Family: National Home Care Month

This month, we are putting a spotlight on Home Care and Hospice. We want to take a moment to celebrate the remarkable individuals that make it possible to help aging people remain where they are comfortable, even as they need assistance with their health and mobility. If you are a caretaker to a senior…

Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Worldwide this November

What do the iPhone, Jeopardy, and NASA have in common? They were all affected by people who were diagnosed with pancreatic cancer! Steve Jobs of Apple, television host Alex Trebek, and astronaut Sally Ride are among many celebrities who were diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Among the worldwide population, it is the 13th most common,…

Choose Kindness: National Bullying Prevention Month

Bullying is a serious problem for all ages, from schoolkids to full time workers. That’s why National Bullying Prevention Month is dedicated to spreading awareness of this issue and the ways we can all work to end it. Who is helping the cause? PACER is one of the organizations that heads up each year’s…

Aches and Pains? Here’s How Ergonomics Can Help

Office-based employees may commonly see various implements for making our day-to-day tasks more ergonomically friendly, such as phone cradles, odd-shaped keyboards, and cushions on mouse pads. Even for workers in a factory setting or out in the field, many vital pieces of equipment are adapted to keep their human user healthy. But unless you…

September 12 is World First Aid Day: Refresh Your Skills!

Have you ever wanted to have a superpower? Well, it might not be from the pages of a comic book, but you can be a superhero with First Aid skills! September 12 is World First Aid Day. It’s a perfect time to brush up on the basics or refresh your first-aid know-how.  Memorize Your…

Safety Check! It’s National Farm Safety & Health Week

Heads up to our Nutrien Family who are farmers and agricultural workers – It’s National Farm Safety & Health Week! When was the last time you did a safety check in your work environment? Here are some quick checks you can do to make sure you’re staying safe as you work the farm. Get…