Take Care Of You

Posted on March 9, 2022

Schedule time for you Talk to friends and family members—sharing your feelings can help you feel better Try to keep a positive attitude and a sense of humor Take care of your whole self Schedule downtime every day Create a quiet space in your home where you can go to relax Get plenty of sleep 


There Is Hope

Posted on February 23, 2022

We have all faced some challenging and uncertain times over the past couple years. Fear and anxiety have found their way into many of our lives, yet stories ring loud across our health system…stories of faith, of hope, of joy in the midst of these hard times.  To anyone out there struggling to find their 


Are You Smarter Than a Kindergartner?

Posted on February 9, 2022

Most of you have probably participated in a team building event where you were asked to create the tallest structure you could with some string, tape, spaghetti, and a marshmallow on the top. If you haven’t, I highly recommend it. Especially if you are looking to increase your blood pressure. Peter Skillman, a designer and 


Happiness

Posted on January 12, 2022

Happiness is our ability to feel satisfied with life, enjoy ourselves and others, and simply be content. What this looks like may be very different for each of us. For some people, happiness is achieving goals, status, or knowledge. For others it is plenty for food, clothing, and shelter. Still others find happiness in improving 


Farewell

Posted on December 22, 2021

It is with a very heavy heart that I share that I am leaving Covenant Health. I have a wonderful opportunity with a biotech company but will remain in the area. I have immensely enjoyed my time with Covenant. I have had the opportunity to work with many of you and gotten to know several 


Holiday Cyber Safety Tips

Posted on December 22, 2021

As the holiday season approaches and we participate more time online shopping and gathering gift ideas, it’s important to protect our information. Here are five tips on protecting yourself from cybercriminals this holiday season: 1. Be suspicious of potential disinformation – Verify information is correct before you share anything on social media. 2. Don’t click 


Personal Safety Tips

Posted on November 17, 2021

It’s important to know how to keep yourself and others safe, especially when traveling to and from work. Review and share these safety tips with your coworkers to help keep yourself safe! 1. Don’t be predictable – Vary the times you come and go – Vary your routes to work, school, gym and errands 2. 


Director Update – Q4

Posted on October 6, 2021

I hope this update finds you and your loved ones well! It’s difficult to believe we’re already approaching the holidays. I wanted to take a moment to update you on some things we’re completing in the remainder of 2021 and some preliminary insights for 2022. As you know, in person classes were few and far 


Optimism

Posted on September 29, 2021

Optimists always see the glass half full. They believe good things are always occurring and bad things happen on occasion. They see difficult situations as opportunities to do something great and will work harder to make an impact. Their reality is essentially good. Optimism requires flexibility and will impact your self-regard, self-actualization, stress tolerance, and 


Problem Solving

Posted on September 22, 2021

This is a skill that definitely requires interpersonal relationships because you aren’t the first person to encounter your problem. Of course, you have to recognize and admit there is a problem to solve in the first place. Then list out all the facts (not stories). Then list out possible solutions and do some research. Enlist