So we are off today with our list of things we hope to accomplish by year’s end! Buy some groceries for a special meal, some last minute packages to prepare for the mail, and some treats for a get together with neighbors! Does this sound like something that you are doing just about now?! But what can you do about all of the other expectations which appear to be on your shoulders? Continue reading Are Your Holiday Expectations Realistic?
Continuing where we left off last week, our focus is on how to make changes in your life to incorporate fitness and wellness. Sometimes during this process, it’s easy to lose sight of how far you’ve come and where you’re trying to go. So, as you’re trying to get healthier remember these 5 things when you’re trying to make a change. Continue reading Remember These 5 Things When You’re Trying to Make a Change
Here’s 5 simple tips to help you (and your diet and exercise program) survive well into the new year! Continue reading New Year Survival Tips
So many people feel that getting off to the right start for the New Year is extremely important. And, I agree. There is nothing better than feeling the break from the old year and moving on to the New Year. You can do this quickly, or you can spend a little time “looking back” first, using techniques from Positive Psychology. Continue reading Use Positive Psychology to Make Resolutions a Reality
We all want to accomplish our big goals. Lose 10 pounds, buy a car, take more time for yourself. The list can go on and on.
But with our eyes on the prize, we often feel lost about how exactly we reach our large goals. The best thing to do, is establish little goals along the way that help us ultimately reach our large ones. Continue reading The Importance of Setting Small Goals