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IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Take a look at Tri-Lakes Services, Inc. Marshalling Yard, OCC, and Sweeper Crew
Years of Service
Carlos Lopez-Huesca 3/12/2002
Jesus Quintero 3/1/2010
Marcus Padilla 3/28/2011
Stoney Driver 3/19/2012
Richard Brannan 3/18/2013
Jerry Claborn 3/14/2014
Tony Perry 3/10/2015
Viridiana Cisneros 3/23/2015
Cecil Tolison 3/28/2016
Raymond Taylor 3/30/2017
Larry Cayton 3/16/2018
William Igleheart 3/16/2018
Terry Swift 3/16/2018
Bobby Hamrick 3/23/2018
DON’T FORGET ABOUT United Health Cares VIRTUAL VISITS
A Virtual Visit lets you see and talk to a doctor on your mobile device,* tablet or computer. The doctor can give you a diagnosis and even write a prescription** if needed. No appointment necessary — it’s available 24/7. And, with your UnitedHealthcare plan, your cost is $50*** or less.
Use a Virtual Visit for these minor medical needs:
- Cold or Flu
- Pink Eye
- Sinus Infection
- Sore Throat
- Urinary Tract Infection
To register, have your UHC ID card, credit or debit card and pharmacy phone number and address ready. Log on to www.myuhc.com today!
Do you have Dental and/or Vision coverage with MetLife?
Register online at www.metlife.com first, then download the app on your phone to have access to all your dental and vision needs 24/7. From the app, you can view the following:
- My Account
- ID card
- My Claims
- Estimate Dental Fees
- Find Providers
- AND SO MUCH MORE
Tri-Lakes Services, Inc. MetLife Dental and Vision group ID is: 5357322
For all of your insurance questions, please call Shana at our Gillham office (870) 386-2451
◊MINDFULNESS: Reducing Screen Time◊
It’s easy to become overwhelmed when you’re constantly plugged in to the outside world. With emails, texts, Facebook messages, Instagram posts and the rest of the internet right in your pocket, there’s always something new (and probably unproductive) to check out. Smart phones, and the distractions that come with them, are here to stay. But it’s important to remember that you control how much digital media you let in to your life. Put in a little effort and a lot of willpower, and you can reduce your dependency on your phone!
Here are a few techniques that can help:
- Out of Sight, Out of Mind
Working on a deadline or need to focus on a project? Silence your phone (or shut it off), and keep it out of sight until you decide to take a break. If you’re worried about missing something important, set a recurring alarm and briefly check your phone for notifications every 30-45 minutes.
- Adjust or Mute Specific Notifications
Go to your phone’s Settings and shut off notifications for any non-essential apps: games, podcasts, shopping apps, etc. You don’t need to interrupt your day with push notifications that you forget about right after you read them.
- Delete Apps and Unsubscribe from Emails
Next, take it a step further and “de-app” your phone and your inbox like you might de-clutter your room. It’s easy to get in the habit of checking certain sites and receiving emails or newsletters without really questioning why. If something has become a chore you don’t even enjoy, liberate yourself and delete the app or unsubscribe!
- Set Some Rules and Log Off for Real
Unless you must be available for a specific emergency or important event, it’s okay to step away from your phone and focus on the here and now. It also helps to start with a few specific rules, such as eliminating screens:
• Two hours before bedtime.
• When spending time with friends and family.
• For specific blocks of time during the weekend.
Congratulations to our Courage to Care winners!
|Burnis Bailey||Jason Breshears||Billy Cherry|
|Justin Cupit||Ricky Dagenhart||Smith Gallagher|
|Keri Ivy (Smith)||Brandon Little||William Lohrman|
|Abel Martinez||Jackie Matlock||Marcus Padilla|
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|Garry Stacey||Donald Willie||WAY to Go!|