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Wildcat Wednesday
Wellness Activities

 March 6th - Nutritional Wellness: "Grubbin’ on a Budget" 

Nutritional wellness encourages us to be conscientious about the choices we make in fueling our bodies and its connection to our daily lifestyles no matter the budget. The Culinary department will share innovative ways to utilize your meal swipes to create healthy, housing-friendly snacks.      


April 3rd - Annual Wellness Fair
12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
University Center

This year we will be highlighting the 8 elements of wellness with interactive demonstrations, discussions, and informational booths representing various community resources that support a holistic approach to wellness. There will be FREE massages, demos, samples, giveaways, & info to help Wildcats lead overall healthy, enriching lives!


Click here to apply to be a vendor.
Registration closes Friday, March 22, 2019


For additional information please contact

Gisami Pilarte

Gisami.Pilarte@jwu.edu

305-892-5341  


May 1st - Environmental Wellness: "Reuse, Repurpose, Reduce"

Environmental wellness inspires us to live a lifestyle that is respectful of our surroundings. This element encourages us to live in harmony with the Earth by taking action to protect it. Join us in the Mix to learn about sustainable fashion and participate in our clothing drive.



Wildcat Wellness Elements

Emotional Wellness involves being attentive to thoughts, feelings, and how to manage behaviors to minimize stress and maximize emotional well-being.

Intellectual Wellness is the empowerment to self-teach, be open to new experiences, and seek out stimulating and challenging mental activities that expand knowledge.

Financial Wellness relates to managing resources, making good consumer choices, and seeking out appropriate financial opportunities.

Physical Wellness refers to maintaining and improving through physical activity.

Nutritional Wellness addresses how we feed our bodies and being aware of healthy options that that suit our needs.

Environmental Wellness reflects on the impact we have on the planet.

Spiritual Wellness is a personal matter involving values and beliefs that provide purpose and meaning in our lives.

Social Wellness focuses on civility, connecting with the community as servant leaders, personal responsibility, and diversity.