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Ready for Change

Happy New Year!  For many the New Year means new beginnings which also means change.  But change is hard.  We’ve all heard that before, yet still we’re surprised when confronted with the prospect of change and just how challenging it can be. One of the reasons is that most of

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Happy Holidays from the RFC

  The RFC is closed during winter break, but don’t miss out on a chance to burn a few of those extra holiday calories with the RFC’s 12 Days of Fitness Workout by Pam Cole!  Please check with your health care provider prior to starting a new exercise routine. Photos by Edie

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Thanksgiving and Giving Thanks

Meet Pam Cole, Senior Manager of the Recreation and Fitness Center and this week's contributor to the Inspirations blog.  Pam has been at SAS Institute for over 20 years and has worked in fitness for over 25 years.  An avid Tarheel fan, Pam graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with a double major in

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Happiness and Gratitude

Today, I'd like to introduce Celeste Cooper-Peel, the RFC's Wellness Supervisor.  Celeste has been in the health and wellness field for twenty years. After receiving her Masters in Health Education from East Carolina University, she ventured into the mind/body world receiving training in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Yoga. Shortly after,

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It's more than a culture. It's a family.

What does it take to be on the Huffington Post’s new B-team? Led by Arianna Huffington, this not-for-profit initiative is a group of global business leaders committed to making businesses more socially responsible - and blogging about it. It takes a real commitment to corporate culture, and not just the inspirational

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HaPpInEsS

  “It isn’t what you have, or who you are, or where you are, or what you are doing that makes you happy or unhappy. It is what you think about.”  ~Dale Carnegie It seems like these days, as Americans rush around from task to task, with a “to do”

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