5 Ways Companies are using Netwalking

Many companies are communicating to their team that they value health, wellness and camaraderie by incorporating Netwalking. It’s great to see so many companies using their imagination in how they create a positive work culture. Company culture speaks volumes about a business brand both internally and externally to customers and clients, so today I want [...]

By | January 31st, 2017|netwalking, workplace|0 Comments

Why Build Walkable Communities

Walkable communities are more sustainable for our bodies, our wallets, and our world. Walkable communities are also where we are drawn to live, work and play. The real estate assessment data tells the same story. We pay more to live in walkable communities because these communities are more desirable, have more amenities in a close [...]

By | July 5th, 2017|guest post, place making|0 Comments

3 Days of Celebration! Creative Ways to Keep Employees Active at the Workplace.

3 Days of Celebration Thanks to our great Clients, Collaborators, Family and Friends, we're celebrating the completion of 3 years in business June 16th. We've built a lot of great relationships already, and we're looking forward to strengthening them even further. Thanks for helping to make Netwalking a success! We show creative ways to keep employees active [...]

By | June 9th, 2017|netwalking|0 Comments

15 Things Organized People Keep on Hand

Being organized is more than just a personality trait, it's a lifestyle decision. I have put together 15 helpful items to keep on hand helping you feel refreshed and less stressed: organized people A portable battery charger has often saved me from my phone dying and there isn't a power source in sight. I like Mophie or Waka Waka. The [...]

By | February 23rd, 2017|netwalking|0 Comments

Warming up to Winter Netwalking

Winter is a time of short days.  With the darkness comes quiet, and an opportunity to look inside yourself.  Use this time for introspection, but do not fall prey to the sometimes-depressing qualities of winter.  Life is not just about getting by, it is about taking charge and living every moment to its fullest.  Embrace [...]

By | December 27th, 2016|guest post, netwalking tips|0 Comments

My Top Ten Building Blocks

Today, I went through a stack of papers and came across a top ten building block list. This list helps keep me on track and I read it a few times a year as a reminder to live my life mindfully, gracefully and with friends and family at my side. And now, here's the top ten list I [...]

By | November 20th, 2016|netwalking, relationship building|1 Comment

Creative Transformation of the City

I know how to pack, unpack, and how to do it all over again. I have moved almost every year since graduating from college to different cities and states.  Moving has its pros and cons, but for me, moving has meant exploring new areas and constantly switching up my routine. Some moves have been only [...]

By | October 26th, 2016|netwalking|1 Comment

Are you a prolonger or a breaker?

The way I used to start my day was to take the dog for a half-hour walk. After that, I’d have breakfast then sit at my computer. Later, I’d sit behind the steering wheel and drive to a meeting, sit through the meeting, then come home and sit down for dinner. In the evening, I’d [...]

By | September 24th, 2016|guest post, netwalking|0 Comments

Exclusive Beta Program

Sitting is the new smoking and we spend an average of 9.3 hours a day doing just that. A study published in the Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine showed that incorporating just 2.5 hours of exercise per week into the workday led to a noticeable reduction in absences. The CEO of Hootsuite, Ryan Holmes has [...]

By | August 21st, 2016|netwalking|0 Comments

Count Me In! Further Your Career And Improve Your Health

You know that if you’re active—you walk, ride your bike, and use the stairs instead of the elevator—it benefits your body and mind. But it also helps your workplace and your employer’s bottom line. Employees who exercise before or during work get along better with co-workers and tend to be better at meeting project deadlines. [...]

By | August 19th, 2016|netwalking|0 Comments