The whole enchilada (the healthy kind, of course).
CREATION Life is a faith-based, whole person philosophy that helps us fulfill God’s original plan for our lives, which is pretty simple - to live and be happy.
By embracing and practicing the eight principles of CREATION Life (Choice, Rest, Environment, Activity, Trust In God, Interpersonal Relationships, Outlook, and Nutrition) we can affect the way we deliver care to our patients; interact with our colleagues; and connect with our families and friends. It brings positivity to our lives...a fresh perspective.
So how do you incorporate these principles? With the help of your Employee Health & Well-being Team of course! We are driven to help you improve your overall health and bring a little excitement into your lives. Ready to meet your team? Just click here.
Own Your Path: Choice is the power to control your life. Consistently making wise decisions is key to becoming the person you were created to be.
Refresh and Restore: Rest is the restoration of your body, mind and spirit. Your best rest includes a good night's sleep and making time to relax daily, weekly and yearly.
Influence Your Surroundings: Environment is what lies outside your body and affects what takes place inside you. What you perceive through your senses impacts your well-being.
Move Your Body, Work Your Mind: Activity is the movement of your body and the development of your mind. Exercising both can keep you alert and energized.
Trust in God
Experience His Love: Trust in God is knowing that God loves you unconditionally. This trusting relationship brings peace during tough times and gives hope for the future.
Connect, Belong, and Support: Interpersonal relationships are the social connections you have with others. Healthier relationships bring happiness and make life better.
Be Optimistic, Express Gratitude: Outlook is the way you view your world. A positive attitude shapes your choices and how you interact with others.
Eat Smart: Nutrition is nourishment for the body and energy for the mind. Understanding your relationship with food can lead to better choices and improved wellness.