Financial Wellness: Kvell’s 5 Pillars of Financial Well-Being
Satisfaction with current and future financial situation (or financial well-being) Hello Hero, You may be feeling a constant pressure in today’s media-rich society. Advertisements are interwoven throughout our sources of essential information and beloved entertainment. Experts predict that the average person receives 6,000-10,000 ads each day. Whether it’s from talking to friends and loved ones […]
Welcome to Kvell.
Welcome to your wellness journey!
Let us introduce you to the 5 pillars of Kvell…
Finding a Mental Health Professional
Have you ever thought to yourself, “I just need to talk to someone,” turned to Google, and then realized there is too much information to search through so why even try to find someone?
Giving Thanks in 2020
I AM THANKFUL FOR TODAY😌🙌 This year was…um…unusual 😰 But finding things you are thankful for is always important. We encourage our heroes to start a daily gratitude journal. It helps you to appreciate small things, to find meaning in tough days, and it may even make you smile 🥰. (We have a blog on […]
Physical Health: Kvell’s 5 Pillars
The air you breathe, food you eat, and life you live will all take a toll on your body. It’s what you do to reverse that impact which matters most.
What can you do to make sure your body can endure a long life of work, play, and productivity?
In this article, we’ll explore our five pillars of bodily health and help you make better decisions across the board. Let’s go!
Managing A Sleep Disorder
It’s common, even normal, for you to occasionally have trouble sleeping, wake up feeling groggy, or have a day when you’re exhausted and dragging the entire day. If most of your days sound like this, though, you may have a sleep disorder that warrants medical attention or going to a sleep clinic.
New Year, New You: Looking Back and Looking Forward
Research shows that by the end of the first week of January, about 1 in 4 people have already broken their New Year’s resolution. After about 6 months, less than half of resolution-setters are still in the running. However, with the right type of preparation, perspective, and support the new year can be a powerful spearhead for meaningful change.
A Blue Christmas: Coping with Stress and Depression During the Holiday Season
People are decking the halls, singing carols, and splurging on gifts. But for many of us, the holidays may not be so merry. Difficult or traumatic memories, seasonal mood disorders, or a sense of loneliness and isolation are just some of the trying experiences the holiday season can trigger.
How to Travel (or not) During a Pandemic
From missed flights to soggy airport food, travel can be equal parts exhilarating and trying. In 2021, travel brings entirely new layers of anxiety and stress. Most of us have long bid farewell to any European vacations or weekend jet sets, but travel will still be an essential and unavoidable part of many of our […]