Posted: December 30, 2019Categories: Update from Health Journeys
Hi and Happy New Year!
I'm Abby Radcliffe, Health Journeys’ Marketing Director. As 2020 approaches, we’ve been eyeballing our top stats, intriguing factoids, and biggest changes in 2019.
Suffice it to say, a lot has transpired. We’re weary but happy. Shall we count the ways? Yes, let’s do! Here are some:
"The science shows us that experiencing gratitude is linked to greater well-being and life satisfaction, both in the present and the longer-term. Plus, it just feels better to appreciate what we can." - Dr. Traci Stein
As Thanksgiving approaches, we here at Health Journeys took the time to reflect on what we're grateful for - and we'd like to know what's got you feeling thankful this holiday season too.
Growing up in rural central Pennsylvania, I spent a lot of my childhood playing with my siblings and dog in the woods outside of our home. Since there is no shortage of deer and other wildlife in the area, my parents knew the precautions to take to prevent the transmission of tick-borne illnesses.
Here at HJ, we like to practice what we preach! That means that since we've been asking you to share what you're grateful for this holiday season, we went around the office and collected some staff answers to the same question. After all, fair is fair :) Check out the responses: