This month, we have the honor of featuring Mitos Parabot. Mitos is a staff member at Georgetown Law where she provides administrative support to the Associate Dean, J.D. Program, and […]
“Take care of your spirit and wellness with follow.”
This month, we have the honor of featuring Susan Puckett. Susan is a gem to know! Just read what she shares about her work and family, and you’ll find yourself smiling – and warmed by her joy!
This month, we talked about wellness with Olivia Albrighton-Vanway, Coordinator of Faculty Affairs and Communications, AND also Yoga Teacher at Yates Filed House. Olivia is a shining light for those […]
Just like the students we serve here at Georgetown University, we are constantly growing and developing. It’s our journey as human beings. Our path. When we consider the many factors […]
Summer is a great time to fire up the grill, enjoy the sunshine and long summer days with friends and family. Usually when we grill, we prepare the classic hamburgers, hotdogs, bbq chicken and ribs. However, there is a lot more you can put on a grill for a healthy delicious meal. Here are some tips for healthy grilling…
“Relaxation” is a word used a lot to describe a yoga class, a vacation, or a healing practice. It’s sold as a state to be obtained, as an “end result.” […]
The other day, I was walking in downtown. It was cold and I was hurrying. My head was down as I passed people on the busy streets. As I waited […]
Did you miss the latest wellness newsletter? Never fear…you’ll find it here. Go to the GUWellness Update Archive.
How do you react when your idea isn’t supported at a meeting? When another driver cuts you off in traffic? A family member doesn’t appreciate the hard work you do? […]
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 […]
‘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.
I remember being a teenager and getting onto the metro to go into DC to visit a museum. Living in the suburbs, I wasn’t on the metro too often. I […]
Week 3 Individual Leaders: Tori Savage Anthony Eames Erin Carney Kineta Johnson Kim Rogers Week 3 Team Leaders: The Ghost of UFSH Study Steppers Saints & Sinners Hungry Hungry Hippos SFS Walk […]
“If you can imagine it, you can create it. If you can dream it, you can become it.” ~ William Arthur Ward If you watched the Olympics this winter, you […]
It takes intentional awareness to incline the mind toward gratitude. We gravitate toward (harp on, remember, obsess about, complain about, and even share with others) the negative in our lives. […]
Fr. Schemel, S.J. muses on being grateful and humble in our celebrations during the month of July. You can always visit his blog to dig a little deeper. Featured image by Tedeytan on Flickr Creative […]