Notes for the Road: Walk Georgia Blog

Getting Active During Work

yoga

Find creative ways to include exercise in daily routines. This conference group added a yoga session to help kick their day off with a healthy start! Days at work are often stressful, and being active can reduce some of that stress. Regular activity also keeps your bones strong, improves how…
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Go: Full Moon Hike at Chattahoochee Bend

Full Moon Hike

Full Moon Flat Rock Hike Saturday, Jan. 27, 6 – 7:30 p.m. Chattahoochee Bend State Park, Newnan, GA This is an easy 1 mile hike at sunset around the unique flat rock trail. The granite outcropping area has wide open area for viewing the moon rise. A telescope will be…
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Recipe: Winter Crisp

cran crisp

We have a feeling this recipe will hit the spot for most our readers. On a week with projected snow, a warm treat is just the thing to keep our spirits up. We like this dessert because it’s low in fat and contains ingredients that sweeten the treat without hiking…
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CDC Recommends Activity Monitors to Boost Physical Activity

FitBit

Recently the Community Preventive Services Task Force*  (CPSTF)  recommended the use of interventions that include activity monitors to increase physical activity in adults with overweight or obesity. Physical activity interventions that include activity monitors provide participants with a combination of the following: Behavioral instruction in the form of counseling, group-based education, or web-based education Activity monitors that…
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Go: Guided Mountain Hike at Panola

Panola Guided Hike

Panola Mountain State Park Guided Hikes Saturday, Jan. 6, Sunday Jan. 7, Sunday Jan. 14, Monday Jan. 15 1 – 4 pm; Saturday, Jan. 27 9 a.m. – noon  Join a guided hike for a close look at Panola Mountain’s unique ecology and see how outcrop plants scrape out a…
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Recipe: Hopping John for Good Luck in 2018

black eyed peas

Hoppin’ John is traditional fare for New Year’s and is a perfect dish to serve alongside some whole wheat cornbread to garner good luck in the new year. Traditionally made with black-eyed peas, this delicious dish carries symbolism for luck, progress, and wealth. Serve it over brown rice and substitute turkey bacon…
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Navigating Holiday Parties

candlespinecones

The holiday season is filled with all types of parties. While they can put you in a festive mood and allow you to catch up with family and friends, they can also derail your diet when finger foods and delicious beverages abound. Do you have to deprive yourself at these…
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