Be the Change You Want to See—In You

Your health is in your hands. Sure, genetics and environment play a role, but studies have shown that your everyday behavior, your choices, have the biggest impact on health and well-being.

Here are just a few examples of simple choices you can make today at work:

  • Deciding to take the stairs instead of the elevator
  • Drinking water instead of soft drinks while sitting at your desk
  • Taking a “walk break” instead of a “smoking break”

See how easy those are? These small choices can have huge gains in your health. Make the right decisions when it comes to physical activity, nutrition, stress maintenance, and sleep—and you’ll be on your way.