Does your pet have star potential? Are you eager to share that adorable, furry (or feathered… or scaly… or slimy) face with the world? Are you passionate about raising awareness for domestic violence and helping an organization that empowers domestic abuse survivors to live peaceful, violence-free lives? Then we want YOU and your progressive pet … Continue reading Your Pet Could Be a Star!
On July 19th, 2014, W.O.M.A.N., Inc staff, volunteers, and community members all got together at Duboce Park for W.O.M.A.N., Inc.'s 2nd Annual Doggie Walk. The purpose of this event is to not only show the connection between pet abuse and domestic violence, but also to show the strong connection between survivors and their pets; pets … Continue reading W.O.M.A.N., Inc.’s 2nd Annual Doggie Walk!
As advocates for survivors of domestic violence, we can feel overwhelmed and stressed. Our stress can make us tired, unhappy, and frustrated. This can affect our health and the relationships around us. As explained in howtomeditate.com, “we are often so busy we feel there is no time to stop and meditate. But meditation actually gives you more time … Continue reading C.U.E. Tip: Meditation
We cannot emphasis enough the health benefits of dancing. Dancing is an excellent form of exercise because it not only burns calories and builds muscles, but it also contributes to our overall health. Dancing is great, and if you're not dancing yet, now may be the perfect time to start. Dance Out Diabetes is a … Continue reading Dance Out Diabetes
Understanding the connection between domestic violence and pet abuse, W.O.M.A.N., Inc. has created a Pet Fund for survivors who need monetary support for their pets, including vet costs, pet food and kennel stays. 2nd Annual Doggie Walk in honor of Claire Pierce Moreira Saturday, July 19, 12:00 noon Duboce Park, San Francisco We are walking … Continue reading Unleash Your Love at our 2nd Annual Community Dog Walk
Take a Hike! Hiking is a powerful tool to maintain a healthy mind, body, and heart. Hiking provides an effective cardio and strength work out, which helps blood pressure and blood sugar levels. Hiking helps reduce the risk of diabetes, heart disease, and breast cancer and has been proven to have a positive impact on … Continue reading C.U.E Tip: Hiking – Benefits Heart, Body, and Mind
by Janella Parucha Eating healthy is key to maintaining good mental health. Food not only nourishes us physicallybut mentally as well. With that said, San Francisco provides plethora opportunities to eat healthy. San Francisco’s best healthy food resources are its Farmers Markets. Farmers Markets are a great way get the freshest and tastiest fruits and vegetables. They give you the opportunity to … Continue reading C.U.E. Tip: Farmers’ Markets