Nous ne sommes pas des spécialistes de l’ironie, mais elle semble certainement s’appliquer au mot-clic #ChangePasTrop. Qu’en penserait Alanis Morissette?
Nous avons demandé à un groupe de vedettes des médias sociaux triées sur le volet de partager leurs idées sur la façon dont les hommes canadiens peuvent vivre une vie plus saine et les résultats ont été vraiment impressionnants. Le mot-clic #ChangePasTrop, qui incarne l’idée simple de rendre notre vie plus saine, un PETIT geste à la fois, a connu un GRAND succès. N’est-ce pas ironique? Ça démontre le grand nombre de Canadiens qui se reconnaissent dans les défis liés à la santé des hommes.
Jonathan Torrens, vedette de télé et membre du duo du populaire balado Taggart and Torrens, nous offre un excellent exemple. Voici ce qu’il a écrit : “au lieu de boire votre café avec du sucre, utilisez du sirop d’érable! Non seulement c’est une habitude canadienne, mais le sirop d’érable contient des nutriments et des antioxydants bénéfiques. Il peut aussi remplacer le sucre en pâtisserie!”
Voici nos dix billets préférés parmi l’abondance d’idées inspirantes et de sages conseils pour une vie plus saine que nous avons reçus :
Nabil Karim, @nabilkarim
Matthew Santoro, @matthewsantoro
Exercise has been a huge part of my life over the last three years, and I attribute much of my mental health to going to the gym and exercising regularly. What do you do to stay healthy in mind and body? Leave a comment and let me know! PS thanks to the Canadian Men’s Health Foundation for inspiring this post! #DontChangeMuch @DontChangeMuch #ad
Gerry Dee, @gerrydee
Hey guys, great message from The Canadian Men's Health Foundation (@dontchangemuch), that it doesn't take much to tweak your day to make a big impact on your health. Golfers: walk instead of riding this summer. Non-golfers: take up golf. Small changes. Big impact. #DontChangeMuch— Gerry Dee (@gerrydee) June 15, 2018
Mike Reynolds, @everydaygirldad
I took on cross-stitching as a way to manage my anxiety and it has become a really wonderful part of my life. This small thing has been a big part of my mental health toolkit. #DontChangeMuch but try to change something. What is your something? @DontChangeMuch #ad pic.twitter.com/tBPAXPZfxS— Mike Reynolds (@EverydayGirlDad) June 14, 2018
Evanka Osmak, @evankaosmak
My husband is my best friend, my ♥️ and more recently, hero to my son. I need him around for a long time. More importantly I want him to be healthy for a long time. Going for runs and walks is something we can all do together. We’re not setting any records, but being active is a start. Guys, how are you staying healthy? #dontchangemuch #menshealth #healthyfamilies
Casey Palmer, @caseypalmer
If you're Canadian and you're a man, this statement's probably true—you're no good at looking after your own health.⠀ ⠀ I mean, you might be ALRIGHT—there's that percentage of us who run the marathons and treat the gym like it's their place of worship, but the VAST MAJORITY of us have decided we simply don't have TIME to be on top of our health, and that kind of thinking is DANGEROUS.⠀ ⠀ We focus PLENTY of our attention on the big issues in prostate and colonic health, but a prostate and colon do not an entire body make! We need to be aware of EVERYTHING going on in our bodies if we want to live to our FULLEST potential.⠀ ⠀ And that's why the Canadian Men's Health Foundation wants to remind Canadian men that we don't need to make MASSIVE changes to live healthier lifestyles—it can be choosing salads over spuds or simply taking the stairs at work. In ANY case, it's the little changes bit by bit that stack up to helping us become our BEST selves!⠀ ⠀ Now if you'll excuse me, I'll be over here playing with my kids as MUCH as possible, because I'm here for LONG time, not just a GOOD one!⠀ ⠀ What small changes will YOU make to live your best life?⠀ ⠀ Remember—#DontChangeMuch!⠀ ⠀ #ad @DontChangeMuch
Jennifer Valentyne, @jennvalentyne
. @DontChangeMuch is encouraging guys to change small things in their routine to positively affect their health & wellness. We recently added an extra 2km to our nightly walks. What small changes do you make for your health? #DontChangeMuch pic.twitter.com/RW25r5uhhg— Jennifer Valentyne (@JennValentyne) June 22, 2018
Kat Stefankiewicz, @matterofkat
think of all of the important men in your life that provide leadership, comfort, support & a smile; all things that contribute to a healthy life. this is my Dad. he's been all of that for a me, a coach & a constant. and it's important for me to give back what he has given me. I'm thrilled to support the Canadian Men's Health Foundation campaign to remind the amazing men in our life, hey, @dontchangemuch, the little things make a big impact. coach & I used to meet up on the baseball field but now when I visit, we drop by the driving range or bbq a healthy meal on the back deck while we talk about life. it's about contributing thoughtful energy to influence both a healthy body & mind. what small changes would you suggest to the guys in your life? it's the little things but they all add up! #dontchangemuch #sponsored #asamatterofkat #menshealth
Mike Holmes Jr, @mike_holmesjr
Like @lisa_m_holmes always says, movement is medicine. Do something active each day. Even if that means just getting up and going out for a walk. I like to start my day with a HIIT training class, it is fun, social and healthy!— Mike Holmes Jr (@mike_holmesjr) June 29, 2018
.#DontChangeMuch #MensHealth pic.twitter.com/XoSlGKla3P
Pourquoi ne pas continuer sur cette lancée et partager un de vos propres conseils avec le mot-clic #ChangePasTrop? Publier un message ne prend que quelques secondes et pourrait améliorer beaucoup de vies.