Many of us perceive healthy eating to be more expensive. The truth is, it’s all about what you choose when in the grocery store and planning prior to making purchases. Healthy eating does not have to be expensive. Here are some tips to eating well on a tight budget.
As you work hard to eat well and exercise to feel good, look good and live longer don’t forget sleep as it is essential for health. Here are some tips on eat your way to a good night’s sleep.
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The “8 glasses a day” advice is a good place to start but it’s important to adjust your fluid intake based on your lifestyle. Recognize the following signs of dehydration and act quickly to rehydrate…
With every New Year we resolve to eat well, exercise more, get more sleep and stay healthy. Unfortunately for many of us by the end of February our goals have […]
It’s the time of year for holiday and potluck parties – and that means an endless spread of appetizers and your coworker’s “world famous” spinach and artichoke dip. When surrounded […]
Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends and of course a table full of deliciously indulgent foods. It’s easy to grab your elastic sweats with full intentions of filling up […]
Plan on heading out of the office for lunch? Choose one of the many Georgetown Dining/Aramark locations across campus. Did you know Leo O’Donovan Dining Hall is open to faculty […]
This year, Mind-Body Connections (MBC) and Creative Spark are aligning our programming to support you in living a mindful and compassionate WHOLE life. We want to accompany and support you […]
Do you hear that? It’s the road calling your name. It’s saying, “Put on those walking shoes and enjoy fall. Join me. You’ll feel so great.” This fall provides ample […]
Starting mid-September, CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield and Georgetown University team up to offer Your Weigh…Together, at both the Law Center and Main Campus. This group program for weight management […]
This 18-member team averaged 3671.44 minutes over the course of the six week challenge. That’s 61 hours and 12 minutes, or an average of 612 minutes moved by each team member each […]
‘Tis summer…taketh thou vacay! It turns out that the benefits of taking regular vacations extends to before, during and after those precious days away. How? Check out this month’s GUWellness […]
Do you hear it? Warm breezes, flowering trees and longer days are telling you to dig that bike helmet out from the back of the closet, pump up those tires […]
Before my passion for weight/strength training completely took over, I was an avid spinhead. Spinning is an amazing way to get your cardio going and also toning up those tough thighs and hamstrings. It’s also a perfect way to celebrate National Bike Month – without the pollen.
Meet Greg Miller, current Office Manager in the SFS Dean’s Office, and graduate of the School of Foreign Service CO’14. We caught up with him to chat about his eco-friendly commute […]
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 […]
Don’t miss the exciting offers available this month through GUAdvantage, your exclusive employee discount program! Blue Nile Wow your Valentine with 10% savings on jewelry from Blue Nile, the leading online retailer […]