The following message is a sponsored post by Focus Pointe Global. At Moms on the Run, we are grateful for opportunities that allow women the ability to work from home while earning a little bit of extra cash. Find out about paid focus groups and check out the opportunities Focus Pointe Global offers.
Would you like to get paid for your opinions? Everyone could afford to earn extra cash every once in a while, and for only an hour or two of your time, you can earn extra spending money through paid focus groups. It’s understandable that as a wife, mom or busy woman, you may not have a ton of time on your hands. Your kids and other activities naturally keep you busy. Fortunately, these surveys and panels do not take up a lot of time, and you will be paid for simply giving your opinion on topics that interest you.
Our platinum sponsor UCAN sat down with our own National Fitness Director and Olympian Carrie Tollefson, to chat about a wide range of running topics. The next time you head out for a run, put the airbuds in and listen in on this fun video, where you'll get to know Carrie and learn about her love for the running community and how she got into the sport. You'll also hear a funny story about the first time she decided to beat her older sister in a race, and how she loves to encourage us Moms on the Run to stay hydrated!
I don't know about at your house, but at mine, our pup has his own stocking hung with care, ready for Santa to bring him treats for being a good boy all year — ok, well, most of the year. Find the perfect last-minute gifts for your four-legged friends with our sponsor Chuck & Don's 2018 Holiday Gift Guide.
Did you know that Moms on the Run gives back more than 10% of its profit to charity? When Karissa Johnson founded Moms on the Run in 2008, she and her husband Ben wanted to make sure they donated portions of the company's profit to charities doing important, God-honoring work to help those in need.
Do you ever feel like your running routine is just that...routine? Sometimes we get stuck in a rut, but our classes at Moms on the Run are meant to keep us motivated and growing in our running. Winter season is starting up soon. Here in the colder weather states, we offer indoor and outdoor options, such as weekly endurance Polar Runs and yoga for runners. In our warmer weather locations, classes continue with interval training, strength and cardio bootcamps and endurance runs. How else can you stay motivated in your workouts? Platinum sponsor Twin Cities Orthopedics offers some useful tips in their blog: "6 foolproof ways to stay motivated to work out."