Health & Wellness News
Your 2019 Finances and Steps You Can Take Now
by Pattie Christensen, ChFC, RICP
Fall is a busy time for everyone. The new year may seem far off, but now is the perfect time to look ahead at your finances. Here are a few options to consider to help boost your financial fitness.
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Knowing Your Healthcare Plan Benefits
by Krishna Dholakia, MS, RD, CDE, CDN
Know more, do more with your health plan benefits. Start with Understanding Your Healthcare Benefits, a brand-new eLearning course.
By The Rev. Laura V. Queen
“Remember the Sabbath Day and keep it holy” says the Fourth Commandment. What does that mean in this day and age?
The Episcopal Church Medical Trust’s Annual Enrollment (formerly, Open Enrollment) is upon us once again. This is an important opportunity to review your health plan options to ensure that they continue to meet the needs of both you and your family.
Book Look: Gratitude Practice
How does gratitude shape your life? Reading can also strengthen our observances of gratitude. Here are a few suggestions for your current reading list.
Healthy Recipe: Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Pancetta & Sage
A light, but hearty side dish that’s great for the holidays or any time of the year.
The upcoming holiday season is a time to gather with loved ones, celebrate, and give thanks. Practicing gratitude lifts us up, helps us see life with optimism and appreciation, and it increases our sense of resiliency. One way to learn more about gratitude and explore ways to initiate a gratitude practice is the eLearning course Practicing Gratitude: The Change that Happens with “Thank You.”
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Did You Know?
If you or a family member living in your home has a medical or emotional issue, you can discuss it confidentially with a dedicated counselor through the Cigna Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Call the EAP today at (866) 395-7794, or login to myCigna.com with the Employer ID: episcopal. This benefit is for those with health coverage provided by the Episcopal Church Medical Trust Plan.
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