The Morning Greeters

Raising up from your bed, dread to go to work, study or attend a meeting? Walking to take your public transport, to your car or to your destination alone and feeling so detached from the early morning activity?

TheMorningGreeters are a group of happy runners who runs in the morning, afternoon, evening and night just to keep healthy and maintain their fitness. These runners make their exercise cool by greeting strangers on their runs.

5 simple steps for you to carry out The Morning Greeters,

  1. Organize a run/ walk preferably in the morning, you may post it here to invite runners
  2. Contact fellow runners or you can just do it alone.
  3. Run/ Walk
  4. Greet people with a smile along your way during the activity
  5. Share your experience on our wall about how you feel after spreading your vibes to strangers!

Yes it is that SIMPLE! Remember, there is NOTHING WRONG greeting a stranger. Whoever does it first wins the game!

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