The holiday season means different things to different people. For so many of us, giving is the order of the day. We are running around town trying to find the perfect gift for those on our list. We have been taught that giving is better than receiving, and we find true pleasure in watching the reactions of our loved ones when they open a perfectly-chosen gift.
At Fitneff, we have taken some time to consider the holidays and what they mean to us. Unanimously, we agree that giving is important, but this year, we are also extremely moved by a feeling of gratitude.
We are so grateful for the colleagues, partners, and customers with whom we have had the honour of working this year. We revel in our mission of brining activity to the world, and making it easy for people to break away from a sedentary lifestyle in favour of health and movement. We could not achieve our goals without the great number of people who help us to turn this mission into a reality each and every day.
We could not do this alone, and we are so thankful to everyone who has joined us along the way. Thank you!
From the entire team at Fitneff, we wish you a safe and happy holiday season.
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Spring if finally upon us! With the opening of the windows and doors, along with sunshine and fresh air, we are greeted with so many new opportunities to get active that don’t seem so apparent during the winter months. Getting outdoors takes much less preparation and effort. Being outdoors is pleasant and easy (at least for those of us who prefer warmer weather). The benefits of being active in spring go beyond just feeling good and being healthy, and might not be what you expect. Let’s take a look.
I had the honour of speaking with Olive Myhre the day after her 105th birthday. Olive has lived through events that most of us only read about in history books, including two World Wars, the introduction of the automobile, the invention of the computer, and man’s first steps on the moon. I was able to learn about her life and her perspective on health and happiness. Here is our interview.