Hi Health Champion,
Happy first day of Spring!
With the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we understand and acknowledge the impact it must be having on you at this time. Life, as we know it, is quickly changing as we attempt to deal with these extraordinary circumstances.
HealthCode wants to help by opening the April Million Mile Month global virtual activity event one week early, starting on March 25th through April 30th. So, while working from home, you can stay active and be connected with colleagues, friends and family, through a shared global virtual event. Remember all types of activity can be included, yoga to zumba.
Note: if you are part of an organization, they may start on April 1st, which is cool!
Please consider sharing the Million Mile Month with:
- Your colleagues, family and friends https://events.healthcode.org/mmm2020 (individual registration page)
- Organizations in your network: companies, schools, universities, government (city, county, state, federal), faith-based and nonprofits https://events.healthcode.org/wellness (organization sign up form for HR.wellness leaders)
Check out last year’s public Million Mile Month global leaderboard, which is a fun way to stay connected, though at a distance, through a shared purpose.
I really appreciate your partnership, in sharing HealthCode’s mission and being a valued member of our community.
Please also keep HealthCode’s employees in mind. As a nonprofit, we know these are challenging times.
Like PBS or NPR, HealthCode’s programs are available at no charge. Your donations are vital in allowing HealthCode to deliver engaging programs. Thank you. https://healthcode.org/donate/
What is a diamond, but a hunk of coal under pressure.
So, let’s shine during this period, by helping support the awesome resilience of each of you, and build thriving communities.
Now, more than ever, it’s vital for us to come together as a community and help each other stay safe, active and healthy.
Maintaining social distance is vital, it is important to also establish regular daily exercise, get plenty of sleep, drink lots of fluids, eat smart, and manage our stress levels.
The CDC has posted some guidelines here which we highly recommend following. Taking care of each other is paramount and collectively we can help each other stay safe and healthy.
Let us stay connected, healthy, and take care of each in the best way possible.