February is American Heart Month, a socially engaging initiative designed to encourage people to stay heart healthy together. How can you get involved? Fill more of your free time with heart-healthy social activities, share and prepare healthy recipes and support your friends and family’s healthy habit goals. 



Heart-Forward Spotlights 

Are you interested in teaching people in your community how to make healthy food, nutrition and lifestyle choices? Volunteer to be an American Heart Association Healthy for Life Facilitator.


Family Caregivers are all about heart. But don’t forget self-care! Stay active and healthy yourself and apply for a caregiver travel grant with Road Scholar.


Home is where the heart is and moving is a big deal for everyone. Help people find the right place to hang their hats or sell their homes


If you can cook healthy food for others, earn some lettuce as a Personal Chef.


Have a heart for young readers and partner with some pros to help improve kids’ literacy.


If you with a whistle and a clipboard sound about right, set a great example and be a Youth Coach.


Wellness on your mind? Take Some You Time.



Open Your Heart to Ireland — Flash Sale

Open your heart to Ireland and uncover lush landscapes, fresh cuisine, and friendly people. Book an air-inclusive Ireland tour with Amava Partner Collette Travel and save big on your flights! Major savings available from over 30 eligible gateways, restrictions apply. For reservations, call Collette at 833-627-3612 or contact your local travel professional and ask about Collette (not valid for bookings online). Use your Amava Member benefit to save an additional $50-$100 per person (mention offer code AMAVASAVINGS when booking). Visit the collette.com/amava to learn more about Collette.



Keys to Health

What’s the goal of staying healthy? “To enjoy the people around us, to have good memories to share, to feel secure and good about ourselves. Health is about so much more than a pill or a check-up.” Read more from health coach and Amava Member, Kris Jackson…



True Stories: From Doctor to Nutrition Educator

Get to know Jeanne Rosner, a Pediatric Anesthesiologist who educates students in middle school and high school about the importance of eating food closest to the source, making good food choices and eating in a balanced and moderate way. Read more



“A heart is not judged by how much you love; but by how much you are loved by others.” L. Frank Baum, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz