As the new year continues rolling on, we must always keep in managing our budgets. Being fit does not always mean having an expensive gym membership, pricey exercise equipment and […]
No matter what stage of your career you’re in, there are financial decisions around every corner. The Financial Wellness Conference, coming in March, will focus on what you can do […]
Meet Lisa Davis, Vice President for Information Services and Chief Information Officer here at Georgetown. Lisa has written for GUWellness before about her experience with heart surgery. In honor of National Heart […]
Meet Anne Ridder, Interim Associate Dean & Director of the Graduate Liberal Studies Degree Program at the School of Continuing Studies and facilitator of the Bereavement Support Group. Simply a “circle of care” open to […]
Three months ago, Nicole Heydt was the picture of health. She is today, too, but the 23 year old doesn’t take it for granted any more. In September, Nicole was […]
5 Ways to Survive the Holidays Without Wrecking Your Diet There’s a reason more people give up on their diet programs or workout regimens in December than any other time of the year, […]
Meet Tanja Szabo, a former student of the Linguistics department, who has been working at Georgetown University since 2005 as both a language instructor and as a yoga instructor at […]
Meet Nichelle Mason, Assistant Director of the Real Estate Finance Initiative in the McDonough School of Business. We caught up with Nichelle at a recent Creative Spark workshop. Originally from Louisiana, […]
Fall has arrived! Take advantage of the weather by getting outside and enjoying the fruits of the season. Get Moving Outdoors Fall can be a treat for the senses: the crisp […]
Step away from that desk! Recent studies show that “sitting time is emerging as a strong candidate for being a cancer risk factor in its own right. This phenomenon is […]
Starting this Fall, GUWellness is interviewing employees about the ways they integrate well-being into their daily lives in our wellness@ Work series. First up is John Hooth, an athlete and a […]
How would you like to feel more relaxed, refreshed, healthy and happy? Would you also be interested in increasing your job satisfaction, improving your relationships and sleeping better, too? If […]
The Wellness Explorers Challenge is all about encouraging us to try new things that can enhance our wellness. I invite you to consider trying Self-care. I define Self-care as a set of […]
Fr. Schemel reflects on Independence Day and the bountiful freedoms we cherish.
Sign up NOW for the Wellness Explorers Challenge! We’re tweaking and enhancing the annual spring walking challenge to give you more ways to participate and more credit for all the […]
Fr. Schemel speaks to the changes and new freedoms present in May. He discusses what freedom actually looks like in action, rather than a simplistic concept.
Fr Schemel discusses new life in spring and the distractions of the internet.
Heart Disease is the leading cause of death for Americans. Each year, nearly 715,000 people have a heart attack and 600,000 people die from heart disease in the United States. […]
Fr. Schemel muses on the origin of St. Valentine’s Day and the nature of romantic relationships.
During the month of January every year, the number of new gym memberships rises, the fresh produce and lean protein sections of grocery stores are a bit more depleted than […]