These days when the exhale of dark shifts to the slow inhale of the coming light, it’s easy to miss the grand pause, this time of the holidays, the holy days.
The author makes some practical suggestions for a healthier approach both to holiday eating and to making those New Year’s resolutions that often result from the excesses of the holidays
It’s the end of January. Most New Year’s Resolutions are forgotten, abandoned or causing a great deal of angst. But they can succeed, and you will feel so awesome with the sense of accomplishment that comes. In this final article I’d like to share a few nuggets of wisdom I gained in 2012.
One section of my 2012 New Year’s Resolutions was to do with another kind of health from the physical. Some might call it emotional health, or mental health, or spiritual health – it’s all of these things, and I just referred to it casually as my Morale. In this article I’d like to offer some advice to anyone who wants to improve their quality of life in 2013.
My New Year’s Resolution in 2013 is to lose weight. Great – now what?
New Year’s Resolutions. How many have we made and how many have we broken? If you’re anything like me, it’s a sad, sorry tale over the years. But last year I set out to actually keep my New Year’s Resolutions, and 365 days later I’m happy to report success.
I’ve resolved on New Year’s Eves of the past to exercise more, swear less, eat healthier, drink less, stay in closer touch with family and friends, spend less and save more for retirement, do more with the kids, finish the house we’re eternally renovating and of all things work harder. Thankfully, I’ve never smoked or I […]
I have recently discovered the secret of how to get me to accomplish tasks that I do not want to do. And I must say that as a psychologist I am not proud of what I found out!! If I need to clean out a closet, just give me a task that I want to […]
Ah, there’s nothing so promising as the New Year’s resolution — a better body, a better bank account, a better world. And nothing so daunting – working out, working harder, working for the common good. It’s a time for decision making and commitment to a future self and a future that is in some way […]