Notes for the Road: Walk Georgia Blog

Walk Star: Ann Centner

Ann Centner is the Family and Consumer Science Extension Public Service Professional for Early County in southwest Georgia. She was drawn to working with Extension because of the different daily activities she gets to do, travel opportunities, and because she gets to put her Family and Consumer Science knowledge to…
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10 Tips for Eating Out!

Do you cook from scratch more than fifty percent of the time? Me neither. Veggies seem to go bad fast for busy people and even faster when there’s just one (or two) to cook for. I feel it’s the veggie’s own way of protesting in support of the slow food…
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Let’s Get Physically Active…Outdoors!

By Kristen Sumpter, M.A., Fulton County Extension Agent – FACS Whether you live in Atlanta or South Georgia, you are likely to spend 80 to 90 percent of your life indoors.1 The real question is – so what? Is this a bad thing? This is where we find running water,…
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Walk Star: Steve Poninski

By Jay Morris Every once in a while we like to spotlight a Walk Georgia user who is a clear example of what it means to move more and live more! That being said, we would like to extend a welcome to our Walk Star of the month: Steve Poninski. Steve Poninski works…
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Healthy Competition

By Jay Morris Any sports fan knows that a little healthy competition can help you to reach your goals. Working in teams brings together different points of view, so team efforts can make it easier to reach a goal and solve problems. This in turn can build strong bonds between…
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Walk Star: Susan Varlamoff

by Jay Morris Susan Varlamoff is Director for the University of Georgia’s Office of Environmental Sciences. She has dedicated her life to improving the health of the environment. Her work in sustainability has resulted in UGA being recognized by the Princeton Review as one of the top leaders of sustainability…
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