Reducing Stress and Promoting Wellness


Stress Less

As multi-generational culture with an multi-career mentality, it’s not surprising 80% of women say they are stressed out. According to the Everyday Women Survey, 1 in 4 women are dissatisfied with their overall wellness and ‘80% among those women said that stressing about life was a challenge.

80% of women say they are stressed out

80% of women say they are stressed out

We’ve all seen this cliche phrase ‘ don’t sweat the small stuff’ but who can qualify small? Every small things is a big thing and very big this is a big thing, so in short, life is just stressful. Stress is a equal opportunity worker, it does not discriminate based on person's race, color, religion, sex , national origin, age, disability or genetic information. Meaning we are all eligible and qualify to be stressed about life.

It’s time to PAUSE, to take back our power through active self-care. By implementing an active wellness plan, you will be able to achieve happiness and wholeness. Stress will be minimize and quality of life enhanced.



Wellness = Wholeness

Wellness is an active process through which people become aware of, and make choices toward, a more successful existence. We’re multi-dimensional beings, so it’s necessary to stay conscious of what’s happening in and around us, as it’s outcomes impact our self perception, happiness, success  and overall fulfillment.

Develop Your Wellness Plan

Dr. Bill Hettler, co-founder of the National Wellness Institute (NWI), developed ‘Six Dimensions of Wellness’ an interdependent model of evaluating wellness. The Six Dimensions of Wellness is a tool used to help individuals evaluate the following areas in your life, such as:

  • occupational
  • physical
  • social
  • intellectual
  • emotional
  • spiritual  

Explore additional wellness tools and resources provided by National Wellness Institute (NWI), will help you further your development.