This time of year we normally feel such an immense sense of pride and fulfillment on the weekends as we watch participants in our events accomplish their goals. But being in the midst of a global pandemic things are a little different this year. But you know what else gives you that same sense of fulfillment? Going out and doing something to help someone else – and that is exactly what we did. In May, we
Learn More We’re all feeling the impacts of COVID-19 right now and we hope you’re safe and healthy. Our world has changed so much in the past few weeks, and despite the steady stream of bad news, some of it is for the better. More people have taken up running and cycling than ever before. People of all abilities across the country are focusing on at-home workouts, healthier eating and spending more time being present with their families.
We are living in a time of uncertainty right now that we have never seen nor been a part of. As we all deal with our lives being changed in ways that are out of our control, it is important to look towards the future. As with other tragedies, epidemics and pandemics in our history, we will come out of this stronger, smarter and more ready than ever to get our lives back to normal.
Spending 40+ hours a week at a job can cause people to start associating work with stress, pain, and overall unhealthiness. Fortune Magazine suggests that while many people agree that health, happiness and productivity at work are all coincide, very few companies actually offer a corporate wellness program to benefit their employees and, in turn, themselves. Check out the 5 best practices that define a wellness program likely to produce the results that both employees