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Wellness Bulletin November 9, 2015
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11/9/2015


Happy Monday,


With November kicking into gear, the holiday season has officially begun. While planning your work and family activities, keep in mind there are plenty of options to continue to eat healthy and stay active. One way is to participate in the Eat Smart, Move More NC: Maintain, Don’t Gain! Holiday Challenge. This year marks the 10th annual Eat Smart, Move More Holiday Challenge, in-which the program offers a free seven-week challenge providing a variety of tips, tricks, and ideas to maintain your weight throughout the holiday season. The challenge begins next Monday, November 16th, and lasts until Thursday, December 31st; check out the website for more information.


Eat Smart, Move More states the average American gains between 1 and 5 pounds each Holiday season, and some people never manage to lose those extra pounds. So how can you challenge your community and department to eat healthier and stay active during the festive holiday season? Read my blog for beneficial tips and advice for a healthier Thanksgiving, ways to manage holiday stress, and healthy holiday recipes.


Our webinar istomorrow, Tuesday, November 10that 1:00pm. The webinar will discuss a program that encourages community members to be active and physically fit. Aaron David and Kristen Herndon, Graham Recreation and Parks Department will be hosting.The topic will focus on the Graham Walks program, which is a 5 week incentive-based walking program held during the spring and fall. Programs like Graham Walks generates inspiration within the community for members to reach the recommended exercise per week. Please register for the webinar to learn more of how you can start programs like Grahams within your own department: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/991624618466824193


If you have any programing ideas during the holiday season then please email us or submit them on the wellness site here:(colleen@ncrpa.net,http://www.ncrpa.net/?Wellnesssub)

Best,

Colleen


Colleen Dougherty
Graduate Assistant,NC Recreation & Park Association
883 Washington St, Raleigh, NC27605

colleen@ncrpa.net


North Carolina Recreation and Park Association
883 Washington St, Raleigh, NC 27506