Pop Quiz! (The good kind)


In May the Work/Life Team set out with questions for Global Employee Health and Fitness Month. If you answered a question, you got bubbles. Yes, bubbles for adults! They are a great reminder to stop and take a deep breath. Now, I can't inter-office you bubbles if you answer these questions, but I thought they were still worth a share. Take some time to think about your answers to these questions and your own self-care. These are also great questions to ask family and friends.

What is something you are looking forward to doing this month?

What is your favorite form of self-care?

If you could improve your morning routine in one way, what would that be?

What does “being in flow” look like for you?

What is your ideal Saturday morning?

What are some ways you have “personalized” the physical space in your office?

If you could master a new skill what would that be?

What do you listen to during your commute?

If you had a 25th hour and you could only spend it on yourself, what would you do?

What is an unusual talent, skill or interest that you have?

What might you include in a time capsule to represent yourself?

If you could spend one year practicing one thing, what would it be?

What is a strength of yours others might not notice?

If you wanted to reward yourself, what might you do to celebrate?

What was your best vacation and how could you re-create a piece of it at home?

When was a time that you were in awe of something?

What is your favorite form of physical movement or exercise?

What is a positive character trait you possess?

Name one life value that is important to you. What is one example of how you practice that value?

What song puts you in a positive mood?

What is a trait that you admire in someone else?

If you'd like to have a conversation about self-care and positive coping strategies, you can meet with a Work/Life consultant.

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Katie Seavey Pegoraro

Sr Associate Work Life Program Manager

Katie Seavey Pegoraro supports employees with issues of stress and balance, providing tools and resources to cope when life feels overwhelming. Katie is a contact for those who may be coping with issues of mental health, substance use, or grief and loss. A young professional herself, Katie is a unique support to employees who are navigating the many life transitions that occur in your 20's and 30's.

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