Archive of Tag 'health'


Do you need digital detox?

Posted by Tim Holdsworth on May 31, 2012 in Health and Wellness


Are You Device Dependent?  Here are six sure signs that you need to do digital detox: You use your mobile device in the restroom. You use the word ‘hashtag’ in common conversations….

Do you need to unplug for a little while?

Think Local, Eat Local

Posted by Tim Holdsworth on January 31, 2012 in Community


To wrap up this series on Think Local, Act Local, let’s take a look at  sustainable agriculture.  Sustainable agriculture protects water and soil quality, while preserving green space for healthy native habitats….

Think local to help yourself help your community

Poverty and Technology as 2012 Dawns

Posted by Jeff Hayes on December 31, 2011 in Community


Have you ever participated in a poverty simulation? If not, I highly recommend it. My wife and I are fortunate to have a friend and fellow Rotarian, Betsy Rozelle with CAP Services,…

Poverty and technology are related.

StreetBall Tournament is 20 Years Old

Posted by Jeff Hayes on May 8, 2011 in Community


The StreetBall Tournament hosted in the City of Neenah, Wisconsin – officially titled StreetBall 3-on-3 (www.streetball3on3.org) – is now 20 years old.  It was the brainchild of then Future Neenah Executive Director…

StreetBall 3-on-3 has become a Neenah institution

Think local. Act local. – Part 1

Posted by Tim Holdsworth on April 16, 2011 in Community


While you may think the phrase “Think Global, Act Local” is about the environment, it really goes beyond that.  At its core, it is about sustainability, which is defined as providing the…

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Think local and act local by helping the environment

Part II: Coping with the Five Types of Toxic Coworkers

Posted by Tim Holdsworth on March 13, 2011 in Quality of Life


In a prior post, we took a look at the five types of toxic coworkers. Here, we’ll discuss different ways in which you can cope with them.  You may have some immediate,…

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Coping skills for dealing with toxic coworkers

Are You a Social Media Addict?

Posted by Tim Holdsworth on January 29, 2011 in Technology


What’s your relationship with social media? Are you just a casual user who can take it or leave it or are you an addict who has to check Twitter, Facebook or your…

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Are you becoming a social media addict?

How About a Little Civility?

Posted by Tim Holdsworth on October 24, 2010 in Community


For me, the digital video recorder (DVR) is one of the best inventions – ever.  I get to record and watch programs whenever it’s convenient for me, PLUS, I can skip over…

Where has the civility gone?

How Does Your Clutter Stack Up?

Posted by Jamie Schwerdtfeger on September 6, 2010 in Health and Wellness


Clutter is:  The boxes you never quite got to after the move; those piles of paper that keep getting bigger; those “things” you just had to have that now fill your basement. …

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Is clutter a problem for everyone?

Health and Wellness in the Workplace

Posted by Jamie Schwerdtfeger on July 7, 2010 in Health and Wellness


How healthy is your company? With increasing healthcare costs and more evidence supporting health conscious programs more companies are implementing health and wellness strategies. Also, now that Wisconsin is the 26th state…

A picture of bluebirds, captured by Tammie Schmidt