With the launch of the Global Moms Relay, we are hosting a step challenge to benefit the charity. For every check-in shared Johnson & Johnson will give $1 to the charity cause. 1. Join/Download the #GlobalMoms Challenge (MaximusLife App) 2. Share your daily check-ins on Twitter/Facebook 3. Johnson & Johnson gives
Ever wish you could get a reward for living out your daily life, healthy eating or for simply making to the gym? We’ve taken that overwhelming “yes” to heart and we’ve taken a few queues from the best rewards programs that exist today. So for all you avid rewards members
May is National Walking Month and Living Streets, the national charity that works to create safe, attractive and enjoyable streets, will be encouraging people to walk with their successful annual initiatives – to encourage everyone to get more walking into their day. The cause started because of the reliance on cars
Some alternatives to that sugary soda! JUICE Juicing extracts the juice from fresh fruits or vegetables. The resulting liquid contains most of the vitamins, minerals and plant chemicals (phytonutrients) found in the whole fruit. However, whole fruits and vegetables also have healthy fiber, which is lost during most juicing. Yet better than soda… Aim
The structure and content of a message will determine the effectiveness of the message and the potential response the reader will have. For us who’s goal or business it is to send out marketing and informational messages via email, social media or regular mail, we know and understand that structure
21 Mobile Good Platforms Check out our feature in Cause Artist, along with 20 other social good apps! Founded in 2014, MaximusLife went global after launching pre-sales on Indiegogo. The platform is the first mobile charity platform of its kind, crossing lifestyle, fitness and productivity categories with connections to modern ways of giving
Timing connected to working out is vital. If you exercise in the morning, get up early enough to finish breakfast at least one hour before your workout. Be well-fueled going into a workout. Studies suggest eating or drinking carbohydrates before exercise can improve workout performance and may allow you to
The link between wellness, movement, and mental well-being is directly connected. Our bodies crave stimulation and when not mindful of that, the mind and body will become negatively unbalanced.
With today’s busy lifestyles, many spend a lot of time indoors for work or when relaxing at home – which can make us forget about the need to be active. Studies have found that mental disorders decrease with increased movement and working out. Less active individuals are shown to have higher rates of depression and anxiety. Yet, life is hectic and finding the time to have a proper workout can be difficult. How can you start to change?
Starting with a casual walk a few times a week can begin to break the routine because increased movement and activity is important. It is also a simple way to be active. Tracking your steps is another tool that will instantly put your active day in perspective. You can begin tracking your steps with MaximusLife.
Seeing the stats of how many steps you take in a day will help keep you in track to reach activity goals. At the same time you will be taking care of your health, mind, and donating to charity!
The app actually counts your steps by using your phone if you don’t have an activity tracker. Simply carry your phone (and keep it charged) or check-out activity trackers that keep counting even if you leave your phone at home.
2017 Sponsored Challenges
10K Steps = $1 to Charity
At MaximusLife, the team is excited to announce our newest challenge via our mobile platform in which there will be $1.00 of sponsored donation for every 10k steps checked-in. You can be active while giving to a good cause. Stay active and a charity you choose benefits!
Begin changing your life and stimulating your mind and body to achieve wellness, give to charity, and have an overall better impact. Your life will change for the better.
Corporate Social Responsibilities America’s Charities – Snapshot 2015 found that more than “80 percent of respondents use technology to allow employees to give money, 65 percent use it to record volunteer hours and 69 percent use technology to sign up for a volunteer event.” “About one-third (37 percent) use technology platforms