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Finding balance: Six dimensions of wellness that you should be paying attention to

The National Wellness Institute has developed and promoted the Six Dimensions of Wellness: emotional, occupational, physical, social, intellectual and spiritual. The dimensions represent a way to find a holistic sense of wellness and fulfillment in each and every day.

Although the use and definition of the term “wellness” has been applied in many capacities and instances, the National Wellness Institute has determined that wellness is “an active process through which people become aware of, and make choices toward, a more successful existence.”

We’ll break down the dimensions of wellness for you, and provide tangible examples and steps you can take to achieve wellness in different areas of life.

“Wellness encompasses a healthy body, a sound mind, and a tranquil spirit. Enjoy the journey as you strive for wellness.” –Laurette Gagnon Beaulieu

Honoring Juneteenth in 2020

As many White Americans look for new ways to learn about systemic racism and act as an ally for their Black friends and co-workers, Juneteenth represents a unique and important opportunity to understand the legacy of slavery in the U.S. and also celebrate Black culture.

Selling Your Brand’s Honest Story with Krista Ripma

Krista Ripma is the co-founder and CEO of Authentic Audience, a marketing company that helps brands “sell the truth.”

How Dimeta Smith Knight Uses Her Passion to Uplift Others

While reflecting on the last 10 years as a business owner, Dimeta Smith Knight recounted some of the most important lessons she’s learned along the way, which apply to any field or industry.

Providing Accessible Birth Control Delivered with Dr. Sophia Yen

Dr. Sophia Yen is the co-founder and CEO of Pandia Health, the world’s only doctor led, women founded, and woman led birth control delivery company. She opens up about her experience of being the only female founder and CEO of a birth control delivery company, and she and Leah discuss the importance of pushing through frustration that can arise when you have a big vision but change is happening slowly.

Supporting Black Women-Owned Businesses and Organizations

If you’re looking for active ways to combat racism and inequality, one great step is to be intentional about supporting minority-owned businesses. To help with that, we’ve compiled a list of some great businesses owned by Black women that you can support.