Healthy & Fun Choices is more than a magazine. It is a movement about connecting people with ideas, conversations, and opportunities.
By subscribing to this magazine as an individual/family or business, you are helping others because all profits from HFC goes to scholarships to allow youth to have the ability to take hands-on classes, camps, get tutoring, and attend events that they wouldn’t have the chance to do otherwise.
Together we can make a difference!
Our founder, Kirsten Klug, discovered that “healthy” is not just what we eat or how we exercise, instead health is initialized by our thoughts and words that get us to our actions. Since 1994, Kirsten has designed campaigns, written initiatives, lead workshops, wrote books, and now a magazine to help people learn and share these important concepts.
In order to live a long life, we then must see ourselves as unique individuals that can progress through challenges with creativity and fun. Creativity allows us to use a new perspective and fun gives us the ability to get something done or learn with a higher vibrancy.
Through thirty years of research while developing educational campaigns with advanced connections, Kirsten realized people using Healthy & Fun Choices® can:
1. Progress through challenges (mistakes, failures, fears, and pains) with less stress
2. Take action on what supports their mind, body, and spirit, and
3. Enjoy a fun, vibrant, and abundant life!
Healthy & Fun Choices® is an educational campaign and magazine to broaden our understanding of whole health. By providing articles, workshops, and resources, we can more easily expand conversations in our homes and workplaces.
Knowing all this makes it easier to
• honor your differences as your strengths
• eat your greens, proteins, and water
• sleep more soundly
• discover nature and the world around us
• have conversations and deeper connections with others.
Now it’s time for YOU to help take these ideas beyond what she can do. The reason Kirsten chose a magazine and online community is that together we can create a community of like-minded people inspiring change.
To read more and share these important ideas, become a an individual or business member today!
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