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Racing for a Cause:
Standing Up for Women and Breast Cancer Awareness

Ready, Set, Go! On the 9th of August, a group of awesome women from Platinum Life got together to join the TotalSports Women’s Race – SA’s largest Women’s Day event celebrated all over South Africa. As the sun began to rise over the city of Johannesburg, our team joined around 20,000 others for a race that meant more than just winning. It was about being united, strong, and having a common goal.

 Some healthy lifestyle habits can lead to less pain and inflammation, more energy, and a longer lifespan. These habits not only benefit our physical health but also our mental and emotional well-being. 

While developing habits may take some time and effort, the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle are well worth it in the long run. With consistency and persistency, it is possible to create healthy habits that support our overall health and well-being. 

It is important to identify cues that trigger unhealthy habits and find ways to modify those cues to create healthier habits. For instance, if you tend to snack on junk food in the afternoon when you feel tired, you can replace that habit with a healthier one by going for a walk or having a healthy snack like fruit or nuts instead.

To our amazing colleagues who participated in the TotalSports Women’s Race to celebrate International Women’s Day – you guys rock! Your hard work and kindness shine brightly, showing exactly what Platinum Life stands for – coming together and supporting each other.

We’re already excited about next year and can’t wait to do it all again, supporting the causes that matter to us.

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