``Living well necessitates not only considerations of mind, body and spirit, but also our environment—both social and natural worlds. These are all inextricably intertwined. As we facilitate living well and effect positive change in health, wellness and sustainability, we must turn to our roots, literally and figuratively, for it is there where we will find the wisdom of our ancestors and enable the maintenance of health and wellness, heightening of consciousness, happiness, and wisdom in the pursuit of healthier people, our communities, and our living environment.
``Living well is about finding balance in every avenue of your life. Wellness involves the mind, body and spirit being equally nurtured in our day-to-day actions. Whether it's juggling work, play, eating right or staying physically active, finding a balance is essential`` said Lake Health Family Practitioner Michael Majetich, DO.