Bring on the WEEKEND!
The weekend is ALMOST here!
Speaking of the weekend, if you are reading this email and you are going to be in or near Greensboro on Sat. PLEASE come show your support for Dailey Fitness at the 6th annual Relay for Life fundraiser at The Lindley Park Filling Station! (see attached flyer) Help me make a difference in this FIGHT against cancer! 100% of the money raised at this event goes to the American Cancer Society to help FIGHT BACK against cancer! I’ve collected over 60 items for our silent auction & there’s some really cool stuff in there! Drop-in or stay for the whole event. Even if you just want to enjoy a bite to eat & to listen to some great live music…this event is fun for the whole family! Kids are welcome!
The Dailey HEALTH Tip: FOOD IS MEDICINE! If you have a case of bad allergies, a sore throat or cold, or just want to boost your immune system try this recipe: 3 TBS fresh lemon juice + 1/4 cup raw honey + 2 TBS Organic Coconut Oil. Mix & eat/drink. Best to use LOCAL raw honey if you are doing this for allergies. No side effects, and extra bonus benefits from these ingredients that no OTC drugs can touch!
DARE TO BE DIFFERENT FRIDAY! May 3 is National Two Different Color Shoes Day! A day to recognize and celebrate the uniqueness and diversity of humanity. The simple and lighthearted act of purposely wearing two different colored shoes demonstrates the courage to take a risk and step outside of one’s daily routine.www.nationaltwodifferentcoloredshoesday.com or www.ntdcsd.com. (I’m really not making this up!!!)
CLASS UPDATE: The week’s not over, and most everyone is off to a great start with the attendance challenge! Don’t forget, if you get to every class ON TIME this month, & make it to all of your classes in your series…you will be entered into the drawing to win a FREE therapeutic massage! One winner for each of the 3 class times!
FUEL Uniqueness tomorrow! Mix it up!
p.s. your Dailey thought…
“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson