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Test Yourself – Before You Get Started

Choose the answers below that best describe you:

Skill: More Water, Less Sugar

1. How many ounces of sugar-containing drinks do you have each day (this could include sweet tea, sports beverages, soda pop, etc.). Keep in mind that 1 cup = 8 oz.
2. How many ounces of water do you drink each day?
3. On average, how many plastic beverage bottles do you use each week?
If you chose all a’s, you might consider the Advanced Track – More Water, Less Sugar

Skill: Sleep Better

1. Do the following apply to your current sleep environment: I avoid electronics a few hours before bedtime or wear blue light blocking glasses, I avoid exercising and taking hot baths/showers close to bedtime (less than one hour before bed), I have a quiet sleep environment and my bedroom is uncluttered and organized?
2. Do you consistently go to bed at the same time each weeknight?
3. Do you consistently go to bed at the same time on weekend nights that you do on weeknights?
4. Do you consume caffeine containing beverages after 2:00 p.m. on a regular basis?
If you chose all a’s, you might consider the Advanced Track – Sleep Better

Skill: Move More

1. Do you normally sit (at work or at home) for longer than 30 minutes at a time without standing up?
2. If you know how many steps you usually take each day, how many is it?

Skill: More Fruits & Veggies

1. How many cups of fruits and vegetables do you eat on average each day?
If you chose all a’s, you might consider the Advanced Track – More Fruits & Veggies

Skill: Recycle

1. How many brands of products do you know that you purchase each week that are made from recycled materials?
2. Do you have recycle bins in your home and at your work?
2. Do you currently consistently recycle three types of materials every day?
If you chose all a’s, you might consider the Advanced Track – Recycle

Skill: Cleaner Nutrition

1. Do you currently consistently use the EWG’s Dirty Dozen List when shopping for produce, choosing to purchase at least five types of produce on the list in their organic version?
2. How many “whole food” meals do you eat each day? For the purposes of this survey, “whole food” means the food is minimally processed and free from potentially harmful additives and chemicals.
If you chose all a’s, you might consider the Advanced Track – Cleaner Nutrition

Skill: Reduce and Reuse

1. Do you consciously reduce your use of paper?
2. Do you consistently use reusable shopping bags instead of plastic bags?
2. Do you consistently use reusable water bottles?
If you chose all a’s, you might consider the Advanced Track – Reduce & Reuse