New Year Goals or Habits? Which is Best for You!

It’s time to write down your New Year goals but with a twist!

The twist is that you are going to achieve your goals this year!

45% of people make new year goals but by February, 80% of them fail and only 8% of those resolutions are kept the entire year!

But that won’t be you because you are going to learn whether you should turn your New Year goals into habits or keep them as goals so that you can reach them!

Are you ready?

5 Easy Practices to Make Your New Year’s Resolution Work for You

Five Easy Practices to Make Your New Year’s Resolution Work for You:

If you are like me, the words New Year’s Resolution turn me off. It’s all about things that are wrong with you. Things like needing to lose weight, be more organized, quit spending too much. Most of them require a lot of extra time, effort, and planning.

What if instead, you chose to add a practice that would lift you up, reduce stress, and give you more energy? Here are five practices that you can add in now, to make 2021 the best year ever (no matter what craziness happens.) Some of them can help you achieve other goals as well which makes it a win-win!

How To Make New Year’s Resolutions That Stick

How To Make New Year’s Resolutions That Stick

As we count down from ten to the New Year, a lot of us find ourselves thinking of how the next year will be different. It could be anything, such as working out every week, eating healthy, stop procrastinating, or anything else. Unfortunately, New Year’s resolutions have gotten a bad rep because, well, they just don’t stick.

30 Simple Ways to Live a Healthier Life

Becoming healthy can seem like such a huge and daunting task. With so much information readily available on the internet, finding the info you need can be a serious scavenger hunt.

Let alone knowing where to start and actually learning the info you need to know.

Here are 30 Simple Ways to Live a Healthier Life…

5 Foods That Supplement Your Mental Health

I love food.

I know, I know, big shocker! But seriously, I’m one of those people that believes in the ultimate healing power of food. And not just through nutrition, but through the effect it can have on our mental health.

But why is it that some meals and foods make us feel better than others? Like way better?