Take Time 2022

Although this well-being campaign has officially ended, we encourage all employees to use the resources below to cultivate energy, feel better, and live well.

Provide feedback by September 30, 2022 to be entered for a chance to win a fun wellness giveaway!


    There are many ways to take care of your emotional health such as practicing meditation, taking a class, listening to an app, or calling for support. Start with taking the Stress Profiler to figure out the areas causing your energy depletion, and then explore the other options to figure out what works best for you: 


    Building and maintaining strong social connections can benefit your success and overall well-being at work. Whether they are mentors, colleagues, or friends, having healthy social interactions with others can help alleviate stress, boost morale, and create a more enjoyable workplace. Start building connections today by using the My High 5 App to send a note of gratitude and recognition to a colleague. Then, explore other resources to help cultivate your social support network:

    It’s important to take care of yourself by choosing foods that nourish you. Being mindful about what you put into your body can help you manage stress, process your emotions, and maintain your mental health and energy level. Here are some great nutrition resources to help you make healthful eating choices:


    Managing our money can often be overwhelming, creating a feeling of worry for those who may not know where to start. Week 4 of Take Time offers some simple and important ingredients to help you with your financial well-being:


    There are many fun and energizing ways to improve your physical well-being while at work, from taking a class or walking with your colleagues to simply stretching at your desk. Check out resources and activities to encourage your physical activity journey:


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