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What works for Social and Behavior Change?: Bali 2018

2018 Summit on Social and Behavior Change Communication Shifting Norms, Changing Behaviors, Amplifying Voices, What Works? This week I am writing to you from a conference in Bali, Indonesia where experts in health communication gather to discuss what works for...

Base Training: Endurance Without Injury- Segment 1

Welcome to the Endurance without Injury Series on the SSO blog! This series is a great educational tool for athletes who are just starting to train for an endurance event. Endurance events can be anything from a 5k to an ultra marathon depending on your level of...

5 Minute Mornings for Mental Health

What exercise is the best for me? That is the question that I get asked the most. My answer is always personalized; it depends! It depends on your goals, your barriers, and your specific lifestyle quirks. There is no BEST exercise, but there are specific benefits of...

How To Do It All, From Fitness to Career

Juggling life a million miles an hour? Working a full-time job while taking care of a family? Putting in work on a side hustle? Taking care of a sick loved one? Traveling a ton? Managing a little league team/book club/passionate hobbies? One or all of these combined?...

6 Tips for Holiday Fitness

The hot topic on health and fitness for winter seems to be "weight maintenance over the holidays". This simply means that right now the majority of people are trying to have a good time, indulge a little, stay active and not gain weight. Never mind losing weight,...

SE Asia Project Wrap-Up

I arrived in Chiang Mai, Thailand in late September 2017, to begin a USAID grant funded research project as a part of a bigger Southeast Asian needs assessment. This project is in partnership with Arizona State University’s (ASU) Global Development Research...

Exercise, Mindfulness, and Intention

While in Chiang Mai, I found a great yoga spot that served as an energy spring for me. There is something about the north lands of old Lana Kingdom in Chiang Mai that calls out the yogi in me. It must be the rolling tropical mountains topped with wafts of fog and the...

Farewell, Chiang Mai!

It is my last day in Chiang Mai (at least for now) and I am naturally spending it in a co-working coffee shop. This is my first time at Ombra café, a little hidden gem of delicious coffee and creative space packed with location-independent foreigners hustling away at...

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