With four days remaining in 2011, many people are considering what changes they want to make in 2012. As a child, I can remember making resolutions for the new year, both at home and school. While resolutions can spark new adventures and growth, more often than not, they are cast aside after a few weeks. I know that most of my childhood resolutions were less than successful.
However, the start of a new year is inspiring for many. It’s a blank slate, a chance to improve your health, expand your mind, enhance your life. Maybe this is year that you decide to begin an exercise program, and it is successful. It doesn’t hurt to try.
As the most common goals tend to be health-related, our health publication, Health Eagle, is a great resource. In just the past month, we’ve had several articles that will help with resolutions:
- Some ideas for exercise goals
- Suggestions of healthy foods that will improve your diet
- Hints to improve your general health
Regardless to what resolutions you make, or whether you make any at all, may 2012 be a year of good health, happiness, and prosperity for all.