Share Your Wellbeing Journey
We are looking for City of Saint Paul employees who value wellbeing. There are multiple aspects of wellbeing: Physical, Social, Emotional, Financial, Career; think of the following when you share your journey.
You don’t have to have completed an athletic event or major weight goal (but if you did, we’d love to hear about it):
- Did you volunteer and improve your community wellbeing?
- Do you host a regular game night or dinner with friends and family?
- How do you maintain your mental health through stressful times?
- Have you successfully paid off debt or saved for an important purchase?
- What do you do to amplify your career wellbeing?
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