A Look Back at the AHM Team’s 2014!

Julie Bitely

| 2 min read

Healthy adventures in Michigan
This year, the A Healthier Michigan team got to do some pretty amazing things. We took on challenges, tried new activities and did our best to find unique ways for you to stay healthy. In case you missed anything, here were some of our favorites from 2014:
  • Mike, Adriane and Helen road tripped to Michigan’s Upper peninsula.
  • Brandon biked in Slow Roll Detroit.
  • Mike addressed his vision health and got new glasses.
  • Taylar worked out with her fellow BCBSM co-workers.
  • Carly upped her protein intake by adding more beans to her diet.
  • Angela changed up her workout regimen and started using free weights.
Like our adventures? Here’s what you can look forward to in 2015:
  • New, time-lapsed goals featuring regular check-ins from our team
  • Overhead video footage from our new drone camera
  • Our perspective on Michigan’s newest attractions, restaurants and locales
  • Podcasts with Michiganders, healthcare pros, fitness gurus and more
  • More #MIKidsCan initiatives such as a dance contest, family activity ideas and kid-focused web game(s)
  • Better ways to help you accomplish your #HealthyMe goals
  • Member takeovers and spotlights on our social channels
Photo credit: A Healthier Michigan
What else would you like to see us do next year? Share your ideas in the comments!

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