Category: Work Life Balance

Emotional Wellness

Is Stress Ruining Your Health?

Unlike a broken arm or pulled muscle, stress is not an obvious injury. Instead, it’s a covert threat that undermines multiple aspects of your physical

Emotional Wellness

The Toll of Neglecting Your Wellness

Personal wellness is something you don’t usually pay attention to until it takes a noticeable turn for the worse. By that time, you’re usually experiencing

Health & Wellness

What to Expect After a Wellness Retreat

Wellness retreats are loaded with exciting experiences, helpful information, and new friendships. But what happens when you return from the retreat? How can you get

Health & Wellness

Learn Balance from a Wellness Retreat

Achieving optimal health and wellness requires balancing many aspects of your life, not just what you eat and how often you work out. A holistic

Emotional Wellness

How to Find the Right Work-Life Balance

The new year is upon us and it’s time to get serious about striking that work-life balance you’ve probably been talking about–but have likely been

Health & Wellness

Wellness Retreats: Helping Families Reconnect

Family life today can quickly become fragmented and frazzled. The rigors of unrelenting work life, never ending after school activities, fluctuating meal times and the

Emotional Wellness

How to Achieve Work/Life Balance

Striking the right balance between the energy you dedicate to work versus how you spend your free time can be a challenge. Businesses today communicate

Arlene Sandoval

Assistant Guest Experience Coordinator

Arlene Sandoval is a San Diego native with over fifteen years of professional
experience working alongside C-level executives in major corporations in the San Diego
area. Arlene was mentored and trained by top-level executives at two major Fortune
500 companies. She was offered an executive-level position when she was twenty-five,
making her the youngest person offered the International Executive Communications
Position. By twenty-eight, Arlene felt pulled toward the non-profit sector and became
Chief Operation Officer of an International non-profit with a focus on social justice
reform and media; helping to build communities of hope in war-torn countries. Arlene
helped restructure, create, and manage a multi-million dollar budget. She created new
policies and procedures to help the corporation comply with California 501(c)3 non-profit
laws and regulations. During this time she gained invaluable knowledge in the private
and public sectors.