Satisfaction with current and future financial situations
Financial Wellness is evaluated on being able to: 1) Meet short-term obligations, 2) Prepare for the future, 3) Adapt to unexpected changes and; 4) Make financial choices that enhance your life
Attending to our sense of purpose and meaning in life which may include practicing a faith, volunteerism, social contributions, and/or belonging to a community
Recognizing ways to expand knowledge and skills through intellectually stimulating scholastic, cultural, and community activities
Coping effectively, having a positive self-regard, and creating satisfying relationships
Enrichment from one's work and balancing your career and leisure in a way that promotes health and personal satisfaction
Recognizing the need for physical activity, healthy foods and sleep and Investing in your body's wellbeing
Occupying pleasant, stimulating environments that support wellbeing
Developing a sense of connection, belonging and a well-developed support system