Tag: new year’s resolutions
It’s that time of the year. As people reflect on 2017 and what they’d like to do differently in 2018, a recent survey by Delta Dental looks at what soon-to-be resolutions are at the top of Americans’ lists.
Psychologists are divided as to whether New Year’s Resolutions are helpful or not, but most of us keep making them.
Resolutions for the new year are easy to make; I have made dozens in my lifetime. The challenge is to keep resolutions and to bring about the changes they imply.
Losing weight and eating healthy usually rank at the top for New Year’s resolutions. One week into the New Year, are you working hard to keep those promises?
It’s that time of year again. The new year. A time to reflect on the year we’re leaving behind and make promises to ourselves about how we may live better for the next twelve months.
The New Year is a time for new beginnings! For the Waynesboro Family Y – a leading nonprofit that strengthens community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility – one of the most important resolutions is to resolve to make positive changes that strengthen individuals as well as entire communities. Following are five New […]
Have you thought about your New Year’s resolutions for 2011? According to researchers at the University of Scranton, Americans who make New Year’s resolutions are 11 times more likely to succeed in meeting a goal or tackling a problem than individuals that do not. So this year, while you are mulling over meaningful resolutions to […]
Column by Bruce Sallan www.brucesallan.com I hate New Year’s resolutions. I swore I’d never write one. I misspoke. So, this is going to be a New Year’s Resolutions column, with a twist: it will include both resolutions and wishes. I am going to mix my own personal resolutions and wishes with those I project […]
Submitted Guest columns: firstname.lastname@example.org New Year’s resolutions often revolve around losing weight and getting in shape, but this is also a great time of year to take stock of your fiscal fitness. Whether you’re worried about paying off debt, saving for college or planning for retirement, the New Year is a new chance to […]
Column by Chris Graham email@example.com I don’t usually make New Year’s resolutions, and I wouldn’t call what I’m doing this year resolving, but, yeah, I’m trying to treat the change of the calendar as being significant from a personal-development standpoint. It started with a new haircut on New Year’s Day. Nothing fancy – sort […]