OK, you started smoking because you were super stressed out and now you want to quit. Since that stress probably won't go away, replace the smokes with something that eases your stress. Something like yoga. You'll feel more relaxed and you'll get the added bonus of yoga arms. Boom!
You decided this is the year to make all of your professional goals come true, but you lose focus the minute you try to move forward. It might look as if you're just sitting still, trying not think about what you're having for lunch, but meditation is a healthy way to focus and clear your head. Plus, it's free! Win-win.
Running is good for both your bod and your brain. No matter what your resolutions are for the coming year, a good run will help you get one step toward meeting your goals.
If one of your goals for the coming year is to get healthier or to drop a few pounds, cutting meat even for just a while can be a total game-changer. You won't miss burgers as much as you think you will when you feel lighter, healthier and more fit.
If fitness is on your list of resolutions—and let's face it, fitness is on most people's list of resolutions—it'll be pretty tough to get in shape if you have no place to work out. It doesn't have to be fancy, but a gym will offer variety, experts and classes that will surely help you jumpstart your fitness goals.
From quitting smoking to giving up sugar, hypnosis can help cure you of those cravings that have always stood in the way of your resolutions.
From reaching those career goals to being more patient with family to getting more exercise, there isn't a resolution on your list that wouldn't come a lot easier if you got some more sleep. Try hitting the hay a bit earlier and see how easy your goals are to achieve.
If you want to get in better shape but don't have the time to get in better shape, integrate fitness into your day. It's the little choices, such as taking stairs instead of the elevator, that can lead you to your fitness goals.
Losing weight doesn't have to mean a massive diet or a total lifestyle change. It can be as simple as making better choices about what and how much you eat. If you control those portions, you can still eat your favorite foods.
Spending less time watching or using a screen device can help you get more active, lead to better sleep and make you feel better about yourself. Even cutting down your texting and computer time can help with a whole host of your resolutions.
Cutting alcohol consumption can lead to better relationships, better health and better sleep. While you don't have to cut the booze completely (unless it's a problem for you), even cutting down will improve your health.
Quitting smoking can only lead to a healthy, happier year for you. Even if quitting wasn't on your list of resolutions, it's never to late to add it. You'll be happy you did.
If getting healthier is on your list this year, achieving that goal doesn't have to be too complex. Sometimes doing something as simple as walking instead of driving can help you get your heart rate up and your waist size down.
If you're dying to get in shape in the coming year, don't pick an exercise that makes you wanna die. You'll only break that fitness resolution if you don't think exercise is fun. Find something that's fun and that gets your body moving. It doesn't have to be torture—really!
Dying to save money and stick to a budget this year? Well, as it turns out, saving money can make you healthier. Instead of paying for parking and gas, leave your car at home and take the bus or train. You'll get some exercise and save some cash.
Most of us wait until we're sick to go to the doctor. But if being healthier is anywhere on your list of resolutions, getting a checkup is a quick and easy way to see how near or far you are from good health.
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