Career and academic wellness is about having something to do and somewhere to go that is personally satisfying and gives you a sense of contribution or giving back to society.
Emotional wellness is about feeling good and managing the ups and downs of life in a positive way.
Environmental wellness is about living and traveling in safe and secure environments and being responsible for your impact on the world around you.
Financial wellness is about managing the money that you have in a way that allows you to meet your personal goals.
Physical wellness is about fitness, strength and flexibility, nutritious eating habits, avoidance of harmful substances and seeking health care assistance when you need to.
Social and cultural wellness is about interacting with others in a way that improves your sense of support and belonging.
Spiritual wellness is about knowing yourself and what you believe in and making choices that support this.
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