On February 16 and 17th, instead of the usual tubing and ice-skating, visitors to Titletown had a chance to experience the thrill of luge, curling, and biathlon with help from none other than U.S. winter Olympians.
This much I know: at a certain point, bundling up and getting outside is imperative for the physical, mental and emotional health of my family.
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Beth Heller Last night I had the opportunity to teach yoga within the rotunda of the Brown County Courthouse. The event was sponsored by the Current Young Professionals Network as part of their Discover Greater Green Bay Series. To be honest, I was a little nervous about the venue. Government buildings can feel austere and… Continue reading Stretching and Breathing in Brown County
Beth Heller This time of year there’s always a spate of articles featuring the physical and mental health benefits of gratitude. But what if you don’t feel grateful? Is it genetic or what? A matter of a sunny disposition? Well, this year, researchers at the think tank Civic Science decided to take a look… Continue reading Some Cool Data about Gratitude
Beth Heller Ho ho ho…look out below! When snow fell on the runners at the Door County Fall 50 earlier this Fall, we should have seen it coming. Autumn was a chilly one, folks, and if this week’s flakes are any harbinger, Old Man Winter has got some weather in store for us. So… Continue reading First Snow, Here We Go! Winter WINS for Well-Being
Beth Heller This week, as we continue to celebrate the power of “we” to build well-being, our spotlight falls on the collaborative work that Wello (started under the name Live54218) has undertaken with community partners to make it possible for FoodShare users to shop at local Farmers Markets. Farmers markets enhance community well-being by connecting… Continue reading Equity at the Markets