Work & Life at SAS

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Work & Life at SAS
Katie Seavey 0
Whole Hearted Living #GEHFM

It's May and Global Employee Health and Fitness Month. For #GEHFM the Work/Life Center is embracing the theme of Whole Hearted Living. Whole hearted living means practicing behaviors that promote physical and emotional self-care, gratitude, mindfulness and connection. What does this look like in action? Well, there is no “one size

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Allison Hines 0
What’s all the buzz?

30,000 new employees start work today in one of SAS’ sweetest acquisitions to date. Bee Downtown, a North Carolina-based company using businesses in cities to help save honey bee populations, will install two hives on SAS world headquarters campus, bringing with them 30,000 - 40,000 new honey bees. Bee Downtown-sponsored

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Page Cvelich 0
My Pet Peeve

I have a pet peeve. When folks I barely know ask me to write them a letter of recommendation or reference. I say no when I feel that my sense of personal integrity would be compromised in the process. With youth, I don’t say no right away. I use it

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Cheryl Wheelock 0
Diabetes Alert Day

The American Diabetes Association recognizes March 28, 2017 as Diabetes Alert Day. The intention of this day is to bring awareness to the prevalence of Type 2 Diabetes in America. http://www.diabetes.org/are-you-at-risk/alert-day/ I have a strong family history of type 2 diabetes, which throughout the years has motivated me to learn

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Katie Seavey 0
Magical Thinking: Not just for kids!

Magical thinking is a typical behavior in which a child believes their thoughts and actions can control outcomes. Take the example of when a pet dies and the young child has to reason with the new concept of loss. The child perceives this loss as something they could have controlled or something they can potentially fix. Examples:

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Lisa Allred 0
LGBTQ Teen Dating #worklifelove

In our Work/Life Relationship series we are trying to offer something for everyone.  I thought a light-hearted blog of funny dating stories from LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning) teens would be a good addition.  This year W/L will be doing more educational offerings around parenting LGBTQ kids and

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Page Cvelich 0
Teen Dating & Consent

The last time I wrote a blog about teen dating, I shared that my colleague, Lisa Allred, and I were learning new terms from the teens in our lives. One was “ship”.  Of course, the funny part was that although Lisa got the concept correct, she mis-remembered the actual term. 

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