Call to Health offers challenges to help you be your best in all dimensions of life. And with challenges changing each quarter, there’s always something new to explore.
Starting March 4, you can join these new challenges in all four areas of wholeness:
- Lenten Discipline (10 points per week): Give something up during Lent or take on a Lenten discipline, such as spending more time in prayer or Bible study, reading a book on spiritual practices, fasting, or giving to charity.
- Give the Best Gift — Your Time (50 points): Create meaningful memories through shared experiences or handmade gifts.
- Go Green! Earth Day Every Day (100 points): Take steps toward reducing waste, recycling, or reusing what you can to help protect the environment.
- Recipe: Sheet Pan Dinner (10 points): Watch a one-minute video that will show you how to make a delicious, nutritious meal using just one pan.
- What Causes You Stress? (100 points): Identify the triggers that cause you to feel stress so you can better manage them.
- Power of Small Amounts (50 points): See how a small increase in your workplace savings plan contribution can make a big difference to your financial well-being in retirement.
- Reduce Your Grocery Bills (25 points per week): Learn tips for smart shopping at the grocery store to reduce your bills.
- Combat Burnout by Setting Boundaries (40 points): Learn how to develop healthy working relationships.
- Define and Achieve Your Goals (15 points per week): Learn how to set attainable goals to improve your focus and increase your productivity at work.
Complete challenges to earn points as you work toward well-being in all areas. When you complete Level 1 (1,000 points), you’ll qualify for reduced medical deductibles in 2020.* Keep going and receive a $50 Tango card when you reach Level 2 (1,500 points) and another $50 card when you complete Level 3 (2,000). Your covered spouse can participate too, and receive a $100 Tango card for completing Level 1.
*Call to Health is available to employees and their spouses with medical coverage through the Board of Pensions; it is not available to members enrolled in Triple-S, GeoBlue, or the Medicare Supplement Plan.