Tag Archives: Let’s Move

Healthful Habits During Winter Months: Moving More!

January 21, 2016

by Hannah Field

Winter is quite a busy time for a lot of people. Winter holidays are joy-filled, but they can also be very stressful. Add to that the stress of jobs and school, which are often at their peak during winter, and it can be difficult to set aside time for healthy habits. Cooking nutritious foods, exercising, and getting enough sleep are often the first things to go when we are stressed, but they shouldn’t be! These healthful habits give us the energy we need to tackle all that we need to do.

Continue reading

Faithful Families at the White House

by Annie Hardison-Moody

March 12, 2013

It was such an honor to be invited to the White House, along with Dr. Sarah Bowen, the Project Director for Voices into Action: The families, food and health project for a meeting of Let’s Move faith and community partners.  In addition to hearing from the First Lady (videos to be posted soon!), we heard about the National Institute of Health’s We Can! program, Save the Children and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Campaign for Healthy Kids and their Faith United partnership with faith communities, the new Let’s Move Active Schools initiative, and got to see the winners of the Let’s Move Communities on the Move video challenge.

Continue reading

Faith & Health Resources

February 13, 2013

A goal for our blog is to promote resources and tools that can help you with your Faithful Families programs.  Check out these resources online and look for future posts about how to connect with these national and local programs:

Continue reading