Physical Wellness means to live responsibly and to take care of your body. From your muscles to your skin to your heart, everything that you do (or don't do) can impact your overall physical wellness.
Intellectual Wellness means that you need to stimulate your brain. That may mean tapping into your creative side or moving outside your comfort zone and trying something new.
Financial Wellness means that you need to be open and honest about your needs and resources and how to live within your boundaries.
Emotional Wellness means that sometimes you need to step back and take care of yourself. That might mean learning to relax and reduce your stress or finding new ways to deal with what's going on in your life.
Spiritual Wellness means finding your purpose and meaning in life.
Social Wellness means cultivating healthy and safe relationships with those around you.
Environmental Wellness means appreciating the environment around you, understanding how you can impact that environment, and how that environment can impact you and your overall wellness.