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Connecting for Well-Being: Managing Time

Check out our latest Connecting for Well-Being chat “Managing Your Time Mindfully” with community advocate and well-being life coach, Corey Torres! Learn how to take steps to make the most of your time during COVID-19. “Structure looks a lot different right now,” Corey said. “You have to find ways to be mindful of your activity…

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Guest Community Story

Exploring Social Connection, Diversity, and Trust’s Influence on Well-Being – Part I My name is Marina Delbecchi (she/her/hers) and I am the Community Outreach Intern with Wello. Throughout the next couple of weeks, I am diving into the concept of social capital and ways we can build it here in Green Bay. I’ll be reading…

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Connecting For Well-Being – Local Farmers

The latest Connecting For Well-Being chat features Sheri Howard, Co-Founder and General Manager of Seasonal Harvest LLC to discuss the impact the COVID-19 outbreak has had on local farmers and how they are responding. Sheri says some local farmers are now doing home deliveries and adds, “We keep people in business and keep that flow going,…

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The Potential Benefits of Boredom

Thanks to the coronavirus, a lot of us are pretty bored right now.  Kids are bored because they can’t hang out with their friends or play sports, and grown-ups are bored because we’re all caught up on email for the first time in months and there’s only so much Netflix one can binge before you…

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Connecting For Well-Being – Pregnancy

Our latest “Connecting for Well-Being with Wello” chat discusses what it means to be pregnant in the midst of a pandemic with OB/GYN Dr. Kristin Lyerly of Women’s Care of Wisconsin. Dr. Lyerly shared that there is still a lot we don’t know about the virus and how it is transmitted, but based on the…

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Connecting For Well-Being – Coping

As Wello continues its Connecting For Well-Being Series, we bring you Regan A. R. Gurung Ph.D, Professor of Psychological Sciences at Oregon State University and formerly of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay to discuss coping through the current COVID-19 outbreak as well as a free course that OSU is offering that is open to the…

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Connecting For Well-Being – Education

Wello aims to help our community social connect during a time of social distancing. To do that, we will be hosting our Connecting For Well-Being Series featuring community members who will share their stories during the current COVID-19 outbreak. To kick off our series we have Carla Buboltz, Superintendent for the Wrightstown Community School District.…

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Science of Well-Being: Flatten the Curve

Have you seen the hashtag #flattenthecurve trending on your social media feed?   The “curve” in question reflects the number of people infected with COVID-19 (coronavirus) and the idea is that there are two scenarios.  One, we go about business as usual, which will result in a huge number of people coming down with the virus…

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5 Takeaways from Wello’s Well-Being Survey Results

Last Wednesday, Feb. 12th, Wello presented the findings of our 2019 Community Health and Well-Being Survey.  We celebrated the milestone at our first-ever Well-Being Summit at St. Norbert College with more than 150 community members in attendance.  At the summit, our research team shared the data which was collected in July-August of 2019 using the…

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