While January 1st is just another calendar date, the New Year does seem to hold the promise of a fresh start. Positive change can seem more attainable without the baggage of the last 12 months to bog us down, or a string of holidays to throw off our ordinary routines.
We’ve rounded up some of this year’s blog posts to give you the encouragement and advice you need to stick to the most common New Year’s resolutions.
Kick the Habit. Almost 70 percent of American smokers want to quit. If you’re among those, read 7 reasons to quit smoking that may surprise you.
Battle the Bulge. Whether you’re trying to lose a few pounds or tackle a more drastic weight loss, start your program by looking at these dieting tips from well-known doctors.
Take care of yourself. Start the new year with a clean bill of health. Schedule the appointments you need and make sure to follow through with your doctor’s recommended care.
Couch Potato No More. Breathe new life into your exercise routine by adding fun into your fitness with our top trends for your 2013 gym regime.
What are your goals for the New Year? Tell us in the comments section below.