Blind Spots

Blind Spots

Can you think of a time when you almost changed lanes while driving, but at the last second noticed a car in your blindspot? Hundreds of thousands of car accidents are caused annually by truck blindspots. As a result, blind spot technology is now in new vehicles. Really cool and a neat idea to adopt into our personal lives.

A blind spot can be defined as an area where a person’s view is obstructed. This week, let’s take a moment to be introspective and identify potential blind spots in our lives. It may or may not be easy to recognize a blind spot, so here is a little guidance for you. The National Wellness Institute has identified six dimensions of wellness:

  1. Occupational
  2. Physical 
  3. Social
  4. Intellectual
  5. Spiritual
  6. Emotional

Can you identify one or two of these key areas that you often overlook? This is also an opportunity to consider enhancing our detection with “blind spot technology,” by asking a trusted family member or friend to share honest feedback about an area you might be unintentionally neglecting. Conversations like these aren’t always the most fun to start, but they can be meaningful and powerful. Invest in your wellness by asking someone for a moment of their time today!


By Victoria Emmitt

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