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2018: New Year – New You! Make It Count!

Author: Activate Allen County

December 20, 2017


There are many reasons people can’t stick to their resolutions, from setting too many of them to getting derailed by small failures.

HELPFUL TIPS:

How can you beat the odds and stick to your Resolutions? Be SMART about it…

S – Specific
M – Measurable
A – Attainable
R – Realistic
T – Time Based

See more about setting smart goals.


Join us in the 12-month Challenge to focus on Wellness in Your Workplace!

Wellness programs have been shown to enhance not only the health of individuals, but also the health of the organization.

Activate Business Challenge

 

WORKSITE CHALLENGES:

PICK ONE:

30 day wall-squat Challenge See it here
Not quite sure how to publicize this – add a copy/photo of their squat calendar??

Or try:

Office Stretches you can do at your desk:
9 Office Stretches You Can Do at Your Desk

For many people, the majority of these hours will be spent looking at a computer screen, and performing complex tasks. These activities require focused attention and concentration. Our brains are 85% water and depend upon a constant flow of water in order to work properly. A water deficiency of even 2% can cause the brain to slow down and lose focus. Lack of water leads to a lack of awareness, problems with concentration, and poor short-term memory. When the body and brain are refreshed and hydrated, they are able to function clearly, and perform to their full ability.

Have a goal to eat better in 2018? One way to assist you in meeting your goals is to keep a food dairy. Writing everything down that you eat and drink is a proven way to help people eat less. You can also easily spot times in the day when you tend to overeat, like in the evening. There are many free, printable food dairy templates available online. Try this method for 1 week and see the difference!

COMMUNITY EVENTS:

Start the Year Right Hike

January 06, 2018 – January 06, 2018
Location: Kendrick Woods
Address: 971 N. Defiance Trail, Lima, OH
Times: 10 AM
Admission: Free
(419) 221-1232
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Unwind, recharge, or get a head start on your resolutions as you begin the year on the right foot. Join us for a brisk hike in Allen County’s largest woodland area. Hot chocolate and tea provided. Dress for the weather and ground conditions. Register by January 4th by calling 419-221-1232.