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9 Simple Health and Fitness Tips for Planning Events

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Being an event planner is one of the most stressful jobs in the world.  According to Pulse, there are some health and fitness procedures that an event planner should take, especially the week of one of their events.

These are some of the tips

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  1. Start the Day Early
  2. Body Weight Training
  3. Fitness Trackers
  4. Be Cautious When Dining Out
  5. Don’t Forget to Eat
  6. Stay Hydrated
  7. Avoid Alcohol
  8. Make Time For Quality Sleep

These may seem like basic health tips, but remember that a healthy event planner can lead to a super successful event!

For the 9th and final tip, click here.

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