That’s a wrap on our latest Moments Move Us season! Tune in and reflect on key learnings.
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It’s that time of the year where we have so much to be thankful for, and often it’s all the things happening right in front of us that get us feeling merry and bright. We invite you to pause and reflect on the many things that make you feel thankful. Whether it’s the return of gathering safely in-person, or excitement of new celebrations with loved ones, it is important to find joy in everything you do. Here you’ll find resources to encourage your healthcare teams to embrace a season of magical, meaningful moments of connection and gratitude!
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That’s a wrap! All the gifts have been opened and it’s time to cherish all the goodies received this holiday season.
Inspired by the Icelandic tradition of Jolabokaflod, or the “Christmas Book Flood,” our final holiday gift is a list of ten joy-filled reads to uplift you in the depths of the cold winter months and encourage a more fulfilling year ahead. There’s still time to add a book to your wishlist!
Season’s Greetings to our friends at Hackensack Meridian Health in New Jersey who send and receive Wambis, gratitude-filled notes from patients and team members alike. Here’s what one patient had to say about her bedside nurse.
Feeling overwhelmed? Healthcare burnout and holiday stress demands intentional self-care. Here are eight ways to fuel your personal reserves amid holiday madness. We also invite you to read “Mindfulness for Everyone” article for more ways to recharge.
From wishlists to grocery lists, the holidays feel like a series of neverending tasks. But writing down a gratitude list can help you take stock of what’s important and impart clarity as to what are priorities versus “nice-to-haves.”
With so much focus on the presents, we forget to actually be present. Stay mindful of how you’re feeling. If you start losing sight of your joy, find your way back to your happiness by giving someone a hug or spend a few minutes laughing. Savoring simple joys in our day can have a huge impact on our attitude.
If you’re not “feeling” merry and bright, boost your energy through physical exercise. Go for a light jog or a brisk stroll in the parking lot. Bonus points if you can move your body outdoors with the added perks of fresh air. Find a buddy to exercise with. The more, the merrier!
Juggling a schedule to try to fit “more in” isn’t the same thing as being balanced. Creating balance is an inside job. A quick way to restore your inner balance is to stop and take a deep breath for a ten-second count.
It’s a slippery slope saying “yes” to every invitation that hits your mailbox or agreeing to extra shifts. Do not overcommit. You are the only person who suffers when there aren’t healthy boundaries set. Saying “no” helps you not only create space for yourself, but also manage your time wisely.
Sometimes the holidays give us an excuse to do away with healthy habits. While it feels nice to treat yourself, giving into excess at holiday parties or family gatherings might do more harm and good. Here’s a gentle reminder to not overindulge but to find a point of being content.
With more demands on our plate, we end up trading sleep for more hours in the day. But lack of sleep only leads to lowering our energy and response to tackle our to-do lists. Watch how you thrive with more sleep. Position rest as a gratitude practice for all the hard work you do.
There’s a slight chill in the air in more ways than one. The holidays do not always a signal a time of joy. For some, they bring about tense feelings and that’s okay. If you are sad, frustrated, or lonely, don’t dismiss those feelings or feel forced to put on a happy face for show. All emotions are valid. Talk to someone who you feel safe with about these feelings or ask your HR team if there’s an Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is now more critical than ever to ensure our healthcare workforce feels appreciated and recognized meaningfully for their incredible work. Our Recognition Buyer’s Guide will help you make an educated decision to inspire lasting change for a healthcare workforce.
Grab a mug of hot cocoa, find yourself a cozy corner, play the trailer of our brand new Moments Move Us Podcast with Wambi CEO and Cofounder, Rebecca Metter. Each episode highlights an impactful moment that made a difference in the lives and careers of people-first leaders.
Hygge (pronounced hoo-gah) is a Danish and Norwegian custom centered around coziness and warmth. Learn about the benefits of practicing hygge, as well as how you can host a hygge celebration at your hospital in this blog post.
Hosting a hospital hygge? Share your pictures with us by tagging @wambicares on Instagram to be featured in our stories.
Each of our 15 gifts for nurses have been chosen with hardworking nurses in mind, honoring their year–round efforts to supply compassionate care to millions of Americans.
Christmas is fast approaching! Don't let the frenzy and chaos of the holiday season get the best of your productivity. Our lat minute gift guide is here to the rescue.
Listen to hear how Dr. Norma Tirado, Senior Vice President of Team Member Experience at Spectra Health, works to help her employees find their gifts, focus on their strengths.
Wambi’s “Holiday Joy Playlist” is the perfect soundtrack for those last minute holiday errands, your annual tree trimming party, or a cozy night-in with the elves.
Learn how to live with joy, even in troubled times, from two Nobel Peace Prize Laureates: His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Download actionable tips, sign up for a daily boost of joy, and dive into the neuroscience behind it all.
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Happy Holidays from all of us here at Wambi!