Today is the first day of #ProjectCheer!!! Are you as excited as I am? I reallllllly hope so! If you have been living in a snow cave, then let me explain what 25 Days of Cheer is all about.
Mission: To do one simple thing each day for someone, live a healthier life and spread cheer. [Full blurb here].
So for the next 25 days, you will be given practical ways to spread cheer, perhaps a way to live healthier or just slooooow down. I have a wonderful series of guest writers all lined up to inspire (d-oh) you! (See list below).
Day 1: Take travel size toiletries to a homeless shelter, food bank or soup kitchen.
Yup. That's it. I'm sure you have plenty of little bottles floating around. Scoop them up and take them to people that need them! Spread the cheer!
- Ryan Sullivan @nomorebacon
- Matt H @RunDigger
- Jen Tallman @ironJen
- Nicki @NickiInNY
- Katie Morse @KTfit
- Katy Widrick @kwidrick
- Jenn Champagne @jennboe
- Jan Michael @JanMichaelDC
- Lisa Johnson @LisaJohnson
- Stefan Pinto @StefanPinto
- Jon Brianas Turning Points Sports
- Teri Champagne @CalgaryFitness
- Erica Sara @ericaSara
- Mary Rambin @MaryRambin
- John Forberger @GlutenFreeTri
- Joanna Sutter @JoannaSutter
- Kelly Olexa @KellyOlexa
- Sarah E @GkSarahj5
- Ann Brennan @BrennanAnnie
- Kim McNeil @KimMcNeilYoga
- Candice C @HealthOC
- Joyce Cherrier @JoyceCherrier
- Jeffery Platts @JeffreyPlatts
I am SO thankful for each of these people who stepped up to the plate and are helping make #ProjectCheer a success. And just a friendly reminder that on Saturday, December 11th a fun run (read: free) will take place. For details on that click here.
Sarah Stanley is a professional endurance athlete who believes that the greatest way to help yourself, is to help others. If you don't receive her newsletter, well, you should.
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