The Lake Compounce 10k & 5k Run 2k Walk and Kids Fun Run has been to created as an opportunity to inspire and promote lifelong fitness and wellness. A portion of the proceeds from this race will go towards finding a cure for Juvenile Diabetes. The race will run through the Lake Compounce parking lot and The Bear Creek Campground and finish at the park entrance.
Time: Race Day Registration opens at 7:00 AM
Kids Fun Run starts at 8:00 AM
2k,5k&10k starts at 8:30 AM
Date: Saturday, June 6th 2020
Location: Lake Compounce
Entry Fees: (non-refundable): 10k: $30 Pre-Reg, $35 Race Day; 5k: $25 Pre-Reg, $30 Race Day; 2k Walk $10 Pre-Reg and Race Day untimed and free kids run.
Our non-profit, From the Heart Racing will be hosting a charity Paint and Sip & 50/50 Raffle at Better Half Brewing.
The tickets for the 50/50 will be sold at the brewery on the day of the event. The winner will split 50% of the pot with our charity. Must be present at the drawing at 4:00 P.M. to win CASH (you will have 1-2 minutes to collect before we draw another name).
We will provide:
-1 free complimentary glass of beer/wine of your choice
-Instructions/Assistance in creating our “Roses” themed painting (paints and brushes will be provided at the event)
-1 16×20″ canvas to take home
Deadline to register for Painting: Tuesday, February 4th, 2020
Note*: Tickets are available on Eventbrite [https://www.eventbrite.com/e/from-the-heart-racing-charity-paint-sip-and-5050-fundraiser-tickets-89309201225], but there is a fee ($3.77) so your total would come out to $38.77. You can pay us $35 directly instead to avoid the fee.
Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org (Include First, Last Name in notes)
Cash/Checks: Checks can be made payable to “From the Heart Racing Inc.” Cash can be given to any officers Brittany Telke, Marc Raby, or Thuy-Linh Phan to reserve your spot!
We are a 503(c)(3) tax-exempt organization so your donations to us are tax-deductible. Have a great time making art for a cause and feel good about doing it!
Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/578206226062476/
Daily Positive Affirmations and Why You Want To Use Them by John Meeks
I wrote about the power of positive daily affirmations in a number of my earlier blog posts such as 23 Strategies To Survive and Stay Positive In a Toxic Work Environment as well as others. And I am sure you may have heard about positive affirmations in other blog posts, articles and social media memes and what-not. Positive affirmations have become popular in recent years because they are effective and there is some science to support this claim as I will talk about a little later.
There are many things to be successful, like I talked about in my post 21 Things To NOT do to be Successful, so affirmations are not the only thing you will need to do on your journey to success and well being, but positive daily affirmations are a vital step you will do well to make part of your daily routine.
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My Platelet Donation Journey
Hello everyone, my name is Thuy (pronounced Twee) and I’m a platelet donor at the Connecticut American Red Cross in Farmington, CT. If you don’t know the difference between a whole blood donation and platelet donation you can read more on the Red Cross website here. Here’s an infographic about my platelet journey, thus far as well as the reasons people donate from all over the country:
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25 Ways To Stop Procrastination – The Ultimate List
It feels out of your control and as each day passes, the stress of having so much to do becomes overwhelming. So, tasks get left, delayed and forgotten. But don’t beat yourself up over this because it’s not your fault. Procrastination is always a sign of another issue.
It’s a major reason people are unhappy.
We can put off different things… starting a healthy diet, project work or calling someone. This has real life consequences as health, finances and relationships suffer.So below is a list of tips that you can cherry pick depending on what feels right for you.
Here are 25 ways to stop your procrastination:
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10 Easy Ways to Relax After A Long Day At Work
If you’ve been trying to find new ways to relax and recharge after a long or stressful day at work instead of parking yourself on the couch watching Netflix, this article has you covered.
You work hard, so of course, you deserve to relax and free your mind form the super long or stressful day you just had.
Continue reading “Wellness Wednesday: 10 Easy Ways to Relax After A Long Day At Work by Yoli McLeod”
How To Become A Blogger
So, you want to be a blogger? Maybe you feel as though you have something to say and want to get your message out there. Blogging can be a great pastime but it can also be a way of earning money. It can become a big part of your life, and it will introduce you to a great community of other bloggers too.
Here are some tips for starting your very own blog
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6 Reasons To Work Out That Have Nothing To Do With Looks
Finding reasons to work out that have nothing to do with looks will ultimately lead to the change we are all seeking when we start exercising. I won’t pretend like how you look isn’t a motivator to work out, it definitely is. It’s usually the first motivator for women, but it’s just not enough. There, I said it. If it was, way more people would be pursuing fitness consistently.
Continue reading “Wellness Wednesday: 6 Reasons To Work Out That Have Nothing To Do With Looks by Morgan Smith”
Today (November 18, 2019) I turn a quarter of a century old! Although, I haven’t been alive for very long I have learned and experienced so much in my time on this floating blue marble. I’d love to share 25 pieces of wisdom that I’ve learned as a twenty five year-old.
25 Pieces of Advice I Learned at 25 Years Old
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