Big Blue Goals

Goals:

Increasing Activity:

Engage in at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity weekly.  

Eating Fruits and Vegetables:

Eat 4-6 servings of fruits and/or vegetables each day.

Intentional Spending:

Make sound financial decisions every day.  Plan your purchased each day to cut down on impulse buys. 

Preparing Meals at Home:

Prepare at least 2 meals per day at home.

Living Well:

Improve knowledge about ways to increase health and well-being.

Relationships:

Improve knowledge about relationships, parenting, and caregiving.

Weekly Publications to Help Achieve Goals:

Week 1

Physical Activity at Home, Work, and Play

My Plate Wins-Add More Vegetables to Your Day

Trimming Expenses When Income is Tight

Meal Planning Made Easy

Finding Control in Uncertain Times

Benefits of Family Routines

Week 2:

Getting Your Heart Rate Up When You Can't Get to the Gym

MyPlate MyWins-Focus on Fruits

Best Practices for Buying in Bulk

Vary Your Protein Routine

Managing Stress During Hard Times

Preparing for Winter: 5 Items for Your Car

Sleep and COVID-19

Save Money and Relax by Rediscovering Hobbies

Travel Canceled? Make Magic at Home

Week 3:

Sneaking in Movement

Smart Shopping for Veggies and Fruits

Ask Yourself This: Do I Need This Credit?

Dinner on a Dollar

How to Support Your Immune System

Managing Time When Working Remotely

Week 4:

Be an Active Family

Liven Up Your Meals with Vegetables and Fruits

Hot Tips to Save Money When It's Cold Outside

Simple Lunch Ideas

Helpful Hydration Hints

A Diet to Benefit Your MIND and Body

Week 5:

Be Active Adults

Kid-Friendly Veggies and Fruits

Don't Fall for Bank Phishing Scams

Planning Meals Can Save Money, Time, and Headaches

Manage Your Time to Be More Productive

Anxiety and Alzheimer's Disease

Week 6:

How to Walk and Bike During COVID-19

Produce Availability Guide

Have a Home Maintenance Fund

Meal Planning for One

Reduce Screen Time

Dealing with Relationship Conflict

Week 7:

How to Stay Healthy When Your Screen Time is Increasing

Frozen Vegetables Can Be Your Mealtime's Versatile VIP

Keeping Credit Costs Down

Making Family Meals

Strenghtening Your Child's Focus

Caregiver Self-Care

Week 8:

How to Walk

Eating Fresh Food During the Colder Months

Risk and Reward in Investing

Stocking Your Pantry

Positive Body Image

How to Manage Work Life as a Parent

People Need People, Especially Late in Life

Week 9:

Run or Walk-Even Just 5 Minutes

Beyond Pumpkin Spice: Using Red and Orange Vegetables

The Good and Bad About Coupons

Kitchen Timesavers Make Cooking Easier

Finding the Truth About Nutrition and Chronic Disease

Caregivers Need a Time-Out

Week 10:

Sit Less, Move More

Shopping at Farmer's Markets

Tips for Bank Account Success

Leftover Refresh

Stress Busters

The Importance of Family Chores