Shop for Yourself—and Your Health!

Shannon Paul

| 2 min read

You’ve been to the crowded malls, you’ve spent endless hours shopping online and you’ve gift-wrapped everything just right. Now that you’re done shopping for your friends and family, it’s time to do some something for yourself­­—and your health!
Whether you’re looking to eat better in the New Year, go to the gym more, play sports or enjoy the great outdoors, you can keep to your financial resolutions AND your wellness ones, too. It just takes a little extra effort, and knowing where to look for great deals. Did you know your Blues card can help you score deals on certain health and wellness initiatives? Check out some ideas below on great places to find healthy gifts for yourself near you!
Eating healthy doesn’t have to cost more:
Join a Gym! The advantages of group exercise are worth the cost of membership:
Get outside and get moving in the great outdoors:
Show your competitive side and get sporty:
All of these great markets, gyms and stores have exclusive discounts for members of the Michigan Blues. If you’re a BCBSM member, go to to start saving even more on healthy gifts for yourself now!
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