The time of year when big, burly men wear pink is here yet again! October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and most professional sports teams, businesses, schools, and communities have some form of a “show your support” day that encourages people of both genders to wear pink.
Life can be crazy sometimes and you don’t always know what to expect, particularly with your health. If you find yourself without health insurance, it’s not generally a good idea to cross your fingers, drink more orange juice, and hope you don’t get sick. There are other ways to get covered and regain your peace of mind.
Most people strive to be the best employee they can be day in and day out. What if I told you that it may not be what you do at work, but what you don’t do that can help you be more creative and productive.
Summer won’t stick around forever, so get out and take advantage of it! This past weekend I decided to take full advantage of the beautiful weather and headed out solo on the lower Wisconsin River for a three-day kayak trip. I started paddling Wednesday evening with all the essential gear in tote and managed to get about 10 miles downstream where I found a sandbar worth calling home for the night.
Wednesday, May 28, is a day set aside to remind everyone that you can be active no matter your age. Always set for the last Wednesday in May, National Senior Health & Fitness Day® is the nation’s largest annual health promotion event for older adults. This 21st annual event will see 100,000 older adults participating in activities at more than 1,000 locations throughout the U.S.