2015 Challenges vs Resolutions

No resolutions for me. Two weeks into 2015 and I’ve decided to set challenges. One challenge at a time.

I’m a very public person and sharing is part of my nature. You might say, I over-share via social media. Selfies will be a favorite in 2015. This will be easy since I received a selfie stick as a holiday gift. This particular gift came with a warning. “Do not loose your privilege to use the selfie stick. I better not find you on a website of people who lost their privileges in 2015!,” said the anonymous gift-giver. I used the selfie stick cautiously  during my first 2015 presentation to the Cy Fair Women’s Network luncheon. The selfie received approval.

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First 2015 Selfie

First 2015 Challenge

AVON 39

I want to crush breast cancer. It’s a big challenge. To do my part, I have committed to walking 39 miles over 2 days! Not only will I challenge myself to walk but I’ve agreed to raise $1,800 individually and $2,500 as a team. Yikes!

Needless to say, I need help to reach my fundraising goal and encouragement to train every day so I don’t collapse walking 39 miles! I will continue using my Charity Miles app to document my daily activity via Facebook and Twitter. I use those platforms as my accountability partners and you can help by liking or posting comments. Motivate me to do more!

Thank goodness I don’t have to manage the funds. Every dollar raised is managed and distributed by the Avon Foundation Breast Cancer Crusade. Every little bit helps and this is where I ask you for help. Please consider donating to my challenge. Visit my personal page via the link below and hit the “donate now” button. For as little as $5, you will be part of raising funds towards breast cancer research and treatment.

  http://info.avonfoundation.org/goto/debevans 

Should you want to walk with me, join Team DebE. The more the merrier! Seflies, fun, team building and blisters are all guaranteed!

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Join Team DebE

“The longest journey begins with a single step.” 

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