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Taking care of your body means getting physical activity, healthy foods and sleep

  • Try to be active at least 30 minutes a day.
  • Get regular check-ups.
  • Avoid tobacco, illegal drugs and drinking too much alcohol.


Expand your sense of purpose and find meaning in life.

  • Make time for yourself, nature and others.
  • Find a community that shares your spiritual outlook.
  • Volunteer with an organization of your choice.
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Challenge your mind by recognizing creative abilities and finding ways to expand your knowledge and skills.

  • Take a class or read a book.
  • Research a topic that interests you.
  • Work on a sodoku or crossword puzzle.


Find ways to grow your skills and be satisfied and enriched at work and school. 

  • Communicate with your supervisor regularly.
  • Get support when you need it.
  • Develop your skills and confidence to reach your career goals.
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Take care of your financial health by accepting and understanding your money situation. 

  • Budget and spend thoughtfully and carefully.
  • Open checking and savings accounts.
  • Meet with a retirement specialist.


Coping effectively with life and having satisfying relationships will help with your emotions.

  • Seek support for coping with your emotions.
  • Find healthy ways to deal with stress.
  • Find ways to view challenges as opportunities.
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Get connected.  Create a strong sense of belonging and have a good support system.

  • Connect with one person each day. Call, email, text or visit someone!
  • Join a club, social group or support group.
  • Volunteer with an organization that shares your passions.


Surround yourself with places that are safe, pleasant and stimulating.

  • Paint a wall, organize a closet or donate extra household items.
  • Spend time outdoors.
  • Evaluate your space. See how you can make it more safe.