It’s New Year’s Eve, the clock ticks midnight and we start a fresh year filled with hope and optimism, promising to do more exercise, live healthier or lose weight. Fast-forward two weeks later and it may seem that staying on track with your New Year’s Resolution feels near impossible. Fear not, you’re not alone!
For many of us, the commute to work is the most sedentary part of the day. We sit idly in cars, busses or trains, often staring dreamily out the window as the world outside goes by. But your journey to the office and back again is the perfect opportunity to squeeze in some time to be active. Afterall, every little bit counts!
It's raining outside, and the kids are stuck in the house. All they want to do is flip on the TV. But before they do that, try out these suggestions on them. They might end up finding something much more fun to do!
Camping is not only a great way to have fun and make new friends, it can be fantastic for a child's development. By challenging young people with exciting new experiences, going on camp can build character in six important ways.