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3 RAOK Suggestions & 1 RAOH Suggestion for Today

Thursday, November 15, 2012

What is RAOK? It's Random Acts of Kindness.

So here are the three suggestions:

*Host your own toy drive emoticon

*Invite someone over for Thanksgiving who would otherwise be alone that day. emoticon

*Show respect towards your family members (even if they don't show respect towards you) emoticon

emoticon If you want....make some more suggestions in the comment section or give an account of what happened when you did one of these suggestions.

Ok, maybe you've heard of RAOK but what is RAOH? Well, it's something I just made up for this blog. emoticon

It stands for Random Act of Health.

Basically, it's a way of incorporating a healthy act into one's life at a given moment just for the sake of trying to be more healthy. Even though RAOK's are for your health, too, this is just a bit different.

What I'll do here is give a healthy action suggestion in each RAOK post to do immediately and if you do it just post a thumbs up in the comments section. emoticon

These will be for fitness, food, water, attitude, intelligence, etc.

So here goes:

This one is a food RAOH and really isn't an immediate one except for the decision aspect of it.

If you are planning to bring something to work for the holiday then prep a fruit or veggie tray instead of baked goods.

You may be surprised at how many people at work dig into a fruit or veg. tray because there are so many other sugary or salty treats. They often want something to balance those other snacks.


Did ya do it?
How do you feel?


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    1618 days ago
  • 23KAIYA
    Veggie trays are always a huge hit, for those that are creative the veggies can become characters emoticon
    ROAK....canned food drive for elders here at work.
    1619 days ago
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