During Steptember, participants are committed to walking at least 10,000 steps, promoting healthy lifestyle among employees and at the same time raising funds to assist children with cerebral palsy.
Just a little trivia on this -- do you know that an average office worker takes just about 3,000 steps a day? No wonder many of us aren't as fit as we'd like to be. It's pretty hard to get in shape sitting down all day.. so there, Steptember challenged us to take 10,000 steps a day for the whole month of Steptember.
Aside from my main recruiting and systems training/SME responsibilities, I got so busy with this project. I've been coordinating with the project team across all branches in Asia and Australia; keeping track of team performance, providing updates/reminders, spearheading activities for the branch, etc. Also, since I find it really challenging, I started running/working out regularly (it's not only the steps that count, all other physical activities can also be converted into steps by logging in to Steptember site) that's been eating up big chunk of my time. In addition, every weekend I go on nature tripping slash trekking with my friends so I can register more steps. By the way, we are using a pedometer to record our steps. Outside of exercising, I am personally raising funds from my friends to donate to the Cerebral Palsy Alliance so my hands are really full these days.
Note: Please continue to support this event by donating to Cerebral Palsy Alliance through our team. Click HERE to go to my fundraising page. Any amount is greatly appreciated and will surely make a difference in someone else's life. :)
Sharing with you some photos I took as a way to document this project. :)
Great event, isn't it? It would be best though if you can donate too. HAHAHAHA.
Stay fit and healthy, everyone! :)