Seventy-one percent of people resolve to improve their diet for the new year. The next most popular resolutions are to exercise more and to lose weight. But by February, almost 80% of people have already dropped their resolutions. It can be daunting to take on a lifestyle shift if you don't have a plan. A… Continue reading Walking “Teabag” Style a Great (and Silly!) Way to Approach New Year’s Fitness Resolutions
Soon we will start the new year. Putting another year behind us, I think we can agree, represents a fresh start in a way that lands differently than other years. The new year is full of hope and promise. Most people start the new year by reflecting on their successes and challenges from the past… Continue reading The Origins of New Year’s Resolutions
The new year gives us an opportunity to start anew. Look back at the last year, decide what worked, what didn’t, and what we can improve. We rarely have a pivotal time that defines so perfectly an end point and new beginning. This year has challenged our world, communities, families, and us as individuals in… Continue reading As 2020 Draws to a Close. . .