Do you know the #1 reason people don’t stick with their New Year’s resolutions? It’s because they have what I call the “I-Want-It-Now-Syndrome.” Symptoms of this include giving up on your goals because it’s taking longer than you expected to reach them. If you’re experiencing similar symptoms, read on to learn my quick and easy cure for impatience.
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In Week 1, you were armed with the know-how to get started. Hopefully, now you have taken action and started exercising regularly (three or more days per week) and eating healthy new foods. (Remember that list of pantry essentials?) It’s normal if you find these lifestyle changes a bit challenging, especially in the first week. But as the saying goes, “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” If your patience is wearing thin, I offer these tips to help keep you on course — and building that body of your dreams!
Like many people, you’ve probably resolved to live healthier in 2013. But if your budget is already stretched thin, you may be hesitant to go on a new diet, start taking supplements or switch to eco-friendly products.
No worries – we have all the money-saving tips you need to achieve resolution success, for less!
Welcome to 2013 — a new year, signifying new beginnings. Naturally, this is the time to make our New Year’s resolutions. And after all that holiday eating, you’re probably eager to make some changes. The sad reality, however, is that most resolutions only last 3 to 14 days. Your car doesn’t run out of gas that quickly, so why should you? Make this year different by resolving to evolve…into a better version of yourself.
As a busy, working mom of three, I gave up on “perfection” ages ago. After dropping party favor bags on beautifully frosted birthday cakes and showing up at work with teething cookie handprints on my butt, I just realized, at some point, that seeming like my life was “together” and in control just wasn’t in the cards for me.
But that doesn’t mean I can’t aspire for better things in 2013. Here are my realistic, if not terribly ambitious, resolutions for the new year: Read more →
From the fattening egg nog and endless piles of treats to stressful family gatherings and strenuous outdoor chores — there are plenty of reasons why the holiday season can be tough on your ticker.
How can you be kind to your heart this holiday season? Here are a few tips to live by:
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