It’s Way too Early to Abandon Your New Year’s Resolutions to Get in Better Shape
Nearly one in four people admit to abandoning their New Year’s resolution(s) just one week into the New Year. So, if you resolved to improve your physical health (losing weight, building muscle, improving cardiovascular fitness, etc.) and have already given up, you’re certainly not alone. Experts suggest that we fail at resolutions for several reasons including failing to self-monitor, being unready to change, failing to plan, expecting changes to be easy, and failing to accept what must be given up to achieve the goal.
Proving Pets are People Too, Some Owners Make New Year's Resolutions for Them.
Many feel the new year is a great time to reflect on the past 12 months and plan for the next. Some feel that they should make resolutions that revolutionize their lives. Even some more set those same types of resolutions for their pets.
2023: A Year Without New Years Resolutions
This article is an opinion piece from the author. Every year, you make the same promise to yourself. "This year, I'm going to be better. This year I am going to make a change!" And what happens? Nothing changes. The same old routine continues until next year when you tell yourself the same story.
Attract Abundance with Positive Energy
Are you tired of feeling stuck in a rut, surrounded by negative energy, and unable to break free? It’s time to tap into the infinite power of the universe and attract positive energy into your life to experience a newfound sense of balance, fulfillment, and overall well-being.
Stay Organized with a Planner
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8 Damaging Habits and Mindsets I Dropped In 2022
That’s a clean start for 2023. What a year! My life has tremendously changed during the last 12 months. Even though I often felt like I was stagnating. Turns out: progress is permanent.
Don’t Start 2023 on a Diet. Do This Instead
Easier and way more efficient. So, you ate more than usual over the holidays. So did I. That’s what holidays are for. I know you’re worried about putting on weight. Maybe you’ve even gained a few pounds.
Mastering the Tarot: A Guide to Sticking with Your New Year's Resolutions
As the new year approaches, many of us make resolutions with the best of intentions. We vow to eat healthier, exercise more, save money, or finally tackle that long-neglected project.
Sticking to Your Goals in 2023
It's that time of year again! The New Year is upon us, and with it comes the promise of fresh starts and new beginnings. But before you dive headfirst into your latest resolution, there are a few things you should keep in mind to ensure that you actually stick to your goals this time around. Here's your guide to making (and keeping) New Year's resolutions that will last.
Trails Near Atlanta's Perimeter Are Perfect for Keeping Those New Years Hiking and Health Resolutions
We've just experienced our first real cold snap of the year in Atlanta and North Georgia. But a little cold weather is no excuse to stop hiking. Winter is a great time to reconnect with Georgia outdoors by hiking or walking. And regular hiking makes a great New Years resolution, contributing to other health goals, too.
Top New Years Resolutions for Georgia Hikers Include Highest, Lowest, Longest and More
By nature, hikers tend to be an adventurous group, always up for a new challenge. Thus, it's no surprise that when setting New Years resolutions, Georgia's hikers tend to focus on goal-oriented achievements.
Richmond, Virginia minister says there is something better than making New Year's resolutions
New Year ResolutionsPhoto byTim MossholderonUnsplash. Every new year, some people make New Year's resolutions. However, a great percentage of those resolutions are broken by Valentine's Day in February.
Making and Keeping New Year’s Resolutions that Last
(Affiliate links benefit author if a purchase is made)Photo byAndreas DressonUnsplash. Enthusiastically resolve to change, but within days or weeks lose interest and can’t motivate yourself? Wonder why you get sidetracked by distractions or become easily discouraged when quick results aren’t forthcoming?
Start your New Year's resolutions early! Chicago Park District fitness centers are free for a week
Take advantage of the free week at local fitness centers. (CHICAGO) Had a little too much holiday cheer in the form of food and drinks this year?. If you're feeling like you need to get back to a healthier routine, the Chicago Park District is offering a free week of fitness beginning Friday, December 30th, and lasting until Sunday, January 8th.
Opinion: The origins of the New Year's resolution and why they should be continued.
Whether it’s losing weight or learning a new skill, in January, there will be millions of Americans making the same resolutions. In America, we think of a New Year’s resolution as a declaration to improve ourselves in some way.
New Years Resolutions 2023 - the statistic of hopes and wishes for the new year.
A research by LinkedIn shows that only 8% people achieve their dreams/ goals. Meanwhile 92% fails or just give up. Almost 39% of the New Year's resolutions for 2023 relate to financial goals, significantly more than a year ago with 36%
If One of Your New Year's Resolution's Was to Tame Your Sweet Tooth, I Have a Treat for You
Life is tough enough without denying ourselves of simple pleasures like a piece of candy or slice of cake every now and then. But, there's no denying that sugar isn't good for us. So, if you're looking for a way to kind of "have your cake and eat it, too," please check out the following.
Are you managing to stick to your New Year’s resolutions?
70% of us only manage to keep our New Year’s pledges for a weekPhoto: Tim Mossholder. From losing weight, to quitting smoking, reading more, saving monthly, or spending less time on social media, we all have committed to ambitious goals when a year is coming to an end – only to rapidly fail as soon as the new year arrives.