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Lift harder. Run faster. Jump higher. Why do we associate exercise with pushing our bodies to the extreme? It’s because the fitness industry drives narratives of smashing “personal bests” and “coming back stronger than ever,” as if we’re all-star athletes training for the Olympics. Go hard or go home. Go hard or go harder. But all most of us […]Continue reading
Are you always putting things off until tomorrow? Procrastination — the act of postponing or delaying a task — happens to the best of us, and it could affect our mental and physical health. People who procrastinate have higher stress levels and experience lower well-being, say scientists. And delaying deadlines could increase the risk of chronic illnesses […]Continue reading
A new pandemic is sweeping the world — and it’s called Zoom fatigue. Symptoms include: Deleting the app from your iPhone (and re-downloading it again). Copious amounts of eye-rolling when you log in. A distaste for the color blue, the color white or anything that reminds us of the Zoom logo. Tiredness, anxiety and burnout. […]Continue reading
The legendary musician Bob Dylan once said, “behind every beautiful thing, there’s been some kind of pain.” Pain is subjective, and every person faces varying thresholds. One fine example is the disparity between genders. Although it is commonly said that women are able to tolerate pain better than men due to childbirth, there have been […]Continue reading
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Partner with WRMPPF and help us save the lives of premature infants. Easy fundraising tools can be sent directly to your theatre and help from Will Rogers staff is a phone call away.
A Future of Possibilities.
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Each summer since 1936 theaters around the U.S. raise funds to support the Will Rogers Motion Picture Pioneers Foundation and its public programs. To learn how you can join the tradition and raise money in your theater please contact email@example.com for details.