So, you want to get involved in Well-Being Week?

Welcome! This page is a one-stop-shop for finding do-able ways to participate individually or with colleagues, friends, and family.

The Well-Being Week team has been working hard to make it easy for you to try out new ways to bolster your well-being.

Each of the 5 days in Well-Being Week is focused on one dimension of overall well-being. Below, you’ll find tips and downloadable activity guides to practice different dimensions of well-being.

The activities are designed to be doable and adaptable and can be done either individually or with others.

If you decide to participate, we’d love to see you on social media. Please post about your experience, use the hashtag #WellbeingWeekInLaw, and follow along as the week unfolds!

 


SEE BELOW FOR IDEAS TO PLAN YOUR WEEK

 


Family Participation Guide 2020

Creativity Activity Guide 2020

MONDAY: Stay Strong

Physical Well-Being: Striving for regular activity, good diet and nutrition, enough sleep and recovery. Limit addictive substances and seek help for physical health when needed.

Desk Yoga

5K Walk/Run

TUESDAY: Align

Spiritual Well-Being: Cultivating a sense of meaning and purpose in work and life. Aligning our work and lives with our values, goals, and interests.

Values Challenge

Personal Mission Statement

WEDNESDAY: Engage & Grow

Occupational & Intellectual Well-Being: Seeking personal satisfaction, growth, enrichment in work, and financial stability.  Engaging in continuous learning and creative or intellectually challenging activities that foster ongoing development. Monitoring cognitive wellness.

Best Possible Self

Self-Mastery Through Strengths

Wheel of Professional Development

THURSDAY: Connect

Social Well-Being: Building connection, belonging, and a reliable support network. Contributing to our groups and communities.

Gratitude Challenge

Connect To Thrive

Make Kindness The Norm

Upward Spiral

FRIDAY: Feel Well

Emotional Well-Being: Valuing emotions. Developing an ability to identify and manage emotions for health, to achieve goals, and to inform decisions. Seeking help for mental health when needed.

2-Minute Stress Relief

Self-Care Plan