The Arthritis Foundation hosted Taste of the Town, its annual fundraising dinner. The night took place in the Monarch Room at The Royal Hawaiian, A Luxury Collection Resort. Guests were treated to a silent auction, heavy pupus and a scotch tasting on the Ocean Lawn.
For those of you who have not kept up with the different programs around the State on Peace Day, those of us who attended the Peace Day Hawaii Celebration at the SGI-USA Hawaii Culture Center on September 21, 2017 were incredibly blessed to see the program and to be a part of this Peace Day experience.
Nobody expects to be injured on the job. In fact, many employers dedicate a large portion of their budget to educating employees on safe practices, in addition to re-vamping facilities to meet safety codes.
Unfortunately, accidents do happen. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 1.1 million injuries happened in the workplace in 2011, with an average recuperation time of eight days.
I hate being injured.
It can keep me from doing things I really love to do.
- Working out
- Playing outside
- Practicing my dance moves (I’ve said too much)
- Sometimes it even affects my work and mood.
My goal when I get injured is to first figure out why and how I got injured and what preventive measures I can take to decrease the risk of that specific injury or other injuries in the future.
Then I like to come up with a plan that will help me recover faster so that I can get back to practicing those sick dance moves as soon as possible.
I’ve got a motto, “It’s hard to live a LimitlessLIFE if you can’t get out of bed.”