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The Well 52: Christine Schaub – Vice President Financial Services, Fifth Third Bank

The Well 52: Christine Schaub – Vice President Financial Services, Fifth Third Bank

Welcome to The Well 52, a platform we are hosting at WISe Wellness Guild that celebrates women leading in the whole-self wellness industry and supporting other women along the way.
 
Meet our nominee of The Well 52: Christine Schaub
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Christine Schaub, Vice President Financial Services, Fifth Third Bank

What is the most important thing you do for your wellness?

The most important thing I do for my wellness is I exercise 3-4 times a week. Non-negotiable! I primarily go to my gym and do strength training. I also meditate about 5 out of 7 days a week. My favorite app is Headspace.


What is one piece of advice you'd give to other women?

Take the idea of “Super-Woman” out of your head. It’s ok….you may be able to have everything you want….just not all at once!

Take the idea of “Super-Woman” out of your head.

What is one quote or mantra you live by?

By Maya Angelou…."People may forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel.”


Brag on yourself – what is something you are REALLY proud of?

Well a few things, staying power vis a’ vis my relationships….I have 44 year old friendships that are still active today. Same hairdresser for past 30 years; married for 34 years; same nanny for over 20 years and housekeeper for 25 years. Once you are in my inner circle….it’s a life bond.

 

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