WELLNESS WORKS!

Living WELL Aware

Texas A&M is Living WELL Aware in 2018

In 2017, WELLNESS WORKS! presented Living WELL Aware at Texas A&M, a dynamic, year-long program focused on promoting holistic well-being and designed specifically for faculty and staff of Texas A&M University*.

We are excited to announce that this program will continue in 2018 as Texas A&M is Living WELL Aware. Founded and presented by Dr. Patricia J. Sulak, this program will continue to deliver revolutionary health information, implementation, and inspiration to move participants on a path of improved quality of life and longevity. The program takes the concept of wellness to a higher level, by adding components addressing emotional, social, and spiritual health.

All Essential Elements to Health and Happiness TrainTraq videos will be available to eligible faculty and staff employees on TrainTraq or by visiting the LWA Newsletter Archive.

 

My Journey to Living WELL Aware

The focus of 2018 is developing a plan for improved health and happiness. Dr. Sulak recently launched My Journey to Living WELL Aware, a comprehensive yearlong wellness health assessment, life strategy, weekly planner and daily journal divided into 4 phases of 13 weeks. Each phase begins with a health assessment, vision, goals, and plans for that quarter followed by a weekly planner and daily journal. Throughout 2018, Dr. Sulak will reinforce the proven strategy of assessing health status, establishing and implementing goals and plans, and continual course correction and monitoring of outcomes.

If you missed the “That’s a Wrap! Celebration”, program t-shirts and the My Journey to Living WELL Aware Journal are available for pickup at the in the Division of Human Resources and Organizational Effectiveness Office located in the General Services Complex (GSC) suite 1201. Standard office hours are  8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m Monday through Friday.

 

*Due to contractual provisions with Dr. Patricia Sulak, Living WELL Aware at Texas A&M is only available to faculty and staff of Texas A&M University (workstations M and H only).