Check-In for Checkups for Children’s Health Fund

Today the Check-In for Checkups program begins.

Check-in for Check Ups websiteEach time someone goes to the website and “checks-in” that they accomplished a healthy habit, a 10 cent donation to the Children’s Health Fund is made by Clorox.

You can change a child’s life while changing your own!

The Children’s Health Fund runs mobile health clinics all over the country to give a medical home to children who wouldn’t have one otherwise.   Several of these mobile health clinics are right here in Dallas.

The healthy habits check-in is easy.   It doesn’t have to be a HUGE habit.   This program is about making small steps toward a healthier life for you and your family.

Every little change helps.

Project Healthy SnacksMy goal this summer is to feed my kids healthy snacks.   I have found that they are much more likely to gobble up healthy food when presented in a snack vs. meal.   I don’t understand it, but am going to try to take full advantage of it this summer.

Each time I accomplish this, I will be checking in at Check-ins for Checkups and triggering a donation to CHF.

The website is also full of great ideas and you can check-in for other healthy habits.

I noticed that one of the habits was to schedule a yearly mammogram if you are over 40.

Well, I am…

And it reminded me of the envelope sitting on my kitchen counter with a letter from my doctor telling me to do this very thing dated 2 months ago.

I just called and scheduled it.

I just checked-in.

Join me in making this summer a healthier one for your family…one check-in at a time.

She is Dallas info:   The Check-In for Checkups program is sponsored by Clorox.   I am working with The Clorox Company for the Check-in for Checkups program that benefits Children's Health Fund (CHF).   You can follow my healthy habit progress here at She is Dallas or on Twitter with the hashtag:   #checkinforcheckups.   For each check-in, Clorox will donate 10 cents, up to $100,000, to CHF to help support their goal of providing half a million health care visits to disadvantaged children across the country.

 

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