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Is Sitting The New Smoking? Walk To A Healthier More Creative Life


NOTE: The opinions in this article are the author’s and do not necessarily represent the views of Shortlister

Is sitting the new smoking?  You may have heard this question over the past year.  There is no doubt science is starting to show that sitting is really bad for us, and our lives are becoming more and more sedentary.  

In a recent article by Susan Scutti entitled “Yes, sitting too long can kill you, even if you exercise” she references a study that tracked not only how active the participants were, but also how frequently they were getting up and moving.  The results?  Long uninterrupted periods of sitting are really bad for us.

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Women, Money and Stress: Helping women overcome financial stress in the workforce can pay dividends for all


NOTE: The opinions in this article are the author’s and do not necessarily represent the views of Shortlister

Women in the workforce are making great strides. But when it comes to their financial (and overall) stress, finding a way to reduce it could pay big benefits for their employers.  

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The New Role of Wellness Coaching


NOTE: The opinions in this article are the author’s and do not necessarily represent the views of Shortlister

Wellness coaching isn’t “new” within the world of organizational wellness programming. It’s been a piece of the puzzle since the beginning. However, the past 3 years - and especially the past 12 months - have brought rapid and notable changes to this historically key element for both wellness providers and organizations utilizing coaching as part of their strategy.  Let’s look at some of the highlights…

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