Just ditch em’!
Be careful what you wish for.
Decades of work with lab rats lead to suggestions on how to stay grounded in the here and now, with benefits for brain health.
This can be the year that you get yourself organized.
Who do you want to be?
Focusing on what went right over the last year rather than how you only made it to the gym 3 times.
After so many years of reviews and resolutions, I wonder if there might be a different way to end the year.
I will take my learnings of 2018 and apply them to the new year. With a better understanding of myself and the way I choose to show up in the world. These learnings will act as tools, swords to slay new dragons.
I owe it to myself, those around me and the work my dad and I did together to live a life of adventure and courage. I refuse to let his death be anything less than a beginning!
Here’s my list of resolutions that I’m glad I didn’t implement into my life…
What’s in your New Year’s resolutions? A lot more than you think.
Patience comes in handy for all walks of life.
When you make a New Year’s resolution, ensure it comes from your heart, in unison with your head.
Apply some emotional intelligence to make 2017 your best year yet.
Here’s what you need to know to avoid while preparing for the new year.
Here are 5 tips to keep in mind as you strive to become healthier and fitter in the next year.