Be more than healthy, BE WELL! (Part 5)
Contributing Author: Mr. Kurtis Graves, Department of Physical Therapy
Improving your intellectual wellness can take many forms. More formal steps such as registering for a class or seminar on a topic that interests you is one option, but informal approaches such as taking advantage of your public library or having a meaningful conversation with someone that sees the world differently from you are encouraged as well.
To determine if you are engaged in the process of intellectual wellness, ask yourself these questions:
- Am I open to new ideas?
- Do I seek personal growth by learning new skills?
- Do I search for lifelong learning opportunities and stimulating mental activities?
- Do I look for ways to use creativity?
How might your daily routine change if you began to prioritize curiosity? We know that each area of wellness is interconnected, so how might growth in intellectual wellness spill over to positively impact other parts of your life?
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