Take Time To Read: Books You May Enjoy

The MediLodge Whole Person Wellness Program celebrates reading this month with TAKE TIME TO READ.  Exercise your brain and grab a book.  We’ve asked around our facilities and put together a list of some of the recent best sellers and classics that residents and staff have been reading.  We thought we would share them with you and hopefully inspire you to pick one or two up at your local library or bookstore.

 

 

Heaven is for Real

By Todd Burpo

 

 

 

In the Shadow of Man

By Jane Goodall

 

 

 

M is for Magic

By Neil Gaiman

 

 

 

A Memory of Light

By Robert Jordan

 

 

 

 

The Help

By Kathryn Stockett

 

 

 

The Hunger Games

By Suzanne Collins

 

 

 

The Hobbit

By J.R.R. Tolkien

 

 

 

1Q84

By Karuki Murakami

 

 

 

The Odyssey

By Homer

 

 

 

The Fountainhead

By Ayn Rand

 

 

The goal of the MediLodge Whole Person Wellness Program is to recognize the unique individuality of everyone.  This approach to wellness is an active process in which everyone is encouraged to make choices towards personal growth in seven dimensions of wellness: physical, social, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, occupational/vocational and financial.  Most workplace wellness programs focus entirely on physical health.  With a whole person wellness approach, the physical needs will not be downplayed, but will be held in equal importance as the dimensions that involve mind and spirit.  In whole person wellness a high priority is placed on prevention, individual involvement and the responsibility we each have for achieving optimal wellness of body, mind and spirit.

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