Keep Singing your Own Song (February '21)

February, the month of Love! Celebrate by loving yourself, exactly as you are. Sing to your own song and dance to the beat of your own drum!

 

You can choose from the following options:

 

Choose from either Miles:

10 miles

25 miles

50 miles

75 miles

100 miles

You can cover your miles with any exercise you like, running, walking, cycling, you can even roller skate it if you fancy!

 

or Minutes:

270 minutes (60 mins a week)

675 minutes (2.5 hours a week)

1,000 minutes (4-ish hours a week)

1,600 minutes (6-ish hours a week)

 

Or a new options for 2021, 10k Steps a day!

 

You will need a fitness tracker so you can log your miles, be it a FitBit, Strava, Map my Run etc. You can either submit screen shots, or keep a spreadsheet to log your miles or minutes.

 

I will also list a CUSTOM option. If you choose this, then you can set whatever goal you would like. These challenges are all about you guys, having fun and meeting your own goals, so if there is not a challenge listed that suits, then make your own! 

 

You will need to create an account to be able to submit evidence. Create your account before you purchase if you want your challenge to show in the Challenges purchased section, and to access the step by step guides below.

 

For a step by step guide to submitting evidence through a laptop/computer, click here. 

For a step by step guide submitting through your phone, click here

 

IMPORTANT NOTE

It is just me on my own logging your miles manually. I have no snazzzy software to do it for me. If there is any possibility, to make my life a little easier, could you please choose the weekly or monthy view from your tracker.

 

Please join our lovely facebook group for chat and motivation, you can find us here . Any questions, feel free to email me at michelle@activelygiving.co.uk

Keep Singing your Own Song (February '21)

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  • For this challenge, we will be donating to The Hygiene Bank. At The Hygiene Bank, they believe each and every one of us should have a dignified life. It's not right that feeling clean should be a luxury or a privilege for anyone in our society, yet many of us are living in poverty and can't afford to be clean. That's why their network of projects exists – to give people access to the basics they need. Their passions stems from a sense of injustice that anyone should be locked out of living a decent, dignified life, so they work to inspire social change.