During our 15 minute breaks our department plays "tag" to walk around the campus. It is about a .5-.75 mile walk and one person initiates then comes back and "tags" the next person. We continue until all members of our department has walked. Great use of our 15 minute breaks twice a day!
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I've found that if I start playing an active game on the Wii (we have a couple of dance games and balance board games) that if my kids are around they want to "play" too. It is a win-win in my books as we have fun together and they are moving. Try frisbee or tag if the weather is good and have fun
I have a lot of skin tags and I hate them. I found a great way to get rid of them on the internet though and it's easy and way cheaper than the doctor. You tie a piece of string (I use floss) around the skin tag and tie it tight. I then cut the ends so I can go out in public without people noticing. A day or two later the skin tag turns black and a day or so after that it falls off.
My family members have a dog tag with their name, address and a cell phone contact number. The tag is worn when we run or are on vacation. When they were little, my kids knew that if lost, to show the tag to a police officer or store clerk. We also pinned hotel business cards inside their pockets.
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