“The Ripple Effect”

Create an environment that supports well-being

“The Ripple Effect”

Kelley faculty presenter: Nichole Alspaugh Williams, Ed.S, LMHC, NCC

We’re pleased you’ve chosen to explore positive psychology. In this video, you’ll explore ways to design your environment to support your overall happiness. After watching the video, explore these recommended resources:

Nichole Alspaugh Williams recommends making these habits a daily part of your routine, choose the activities that you found most effective for you:

  1. Continue with your gratitude journal using these prompts:
    • Begin or end your day by writing about three things for which you’re grateful.
    • Spend one minute reflecting on each one.
    • Write about one thing that upset you. How might this be a blessing in disguise? How may you turn it into an advantage? What could be good about it?
  2. Use your character strengths.
  3. Practice regular gratitude visits.
  4. Limit social media use to 30 minutes per day.
  5. Meditate for five minutes each day. Consider using resources such as Headspace, Calm, or YouTube to aid your practice.

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