Think, Do, Become

January 2012 Monthly Bulletin

Aetna

Food for thought
Top 10 brain foods
Did you know that some foods are good "brain food?" Studies show that certain foods can help with memory, mood, focus and your overall ability to think clearly. More... | En Español

Adapt to the good and the bad
Rethinking positive thinking
We spend a great deal of time labeling life events as either positive or negative. Why not focus on adapting to whatever happens? After all, whether it’s a positive or negative event, we need to decide how to work it out! More... | En Español

Separate work from life
Leaving your work brain at work
Do you have trouble leaving thoughts and worries about work behind you when you come home at the end of the day? If so, you’re not alone! More... | En Español

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Who loves ya? Becoming your own best friend
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e-Thoughts
What you think you become

I’m usually the driver when I’m in the car with my family. Why, you ask? More... |
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