It’s around this time every January that many New Year resolutions have begun to falter or have been totally ditched already. The second Friday in January is now known as “Quitters Friday” and Monday just passed has been dubbed “Blue Monday” as it’s apparently the most depressing day of the year. What a load of horsesh1t. They are just days of the week like any other day. I choose not to read into the nonsense that the tabloid media feel the need to perpetuate at this time of year.Read More
Tis the Season—for New Year’s Resolutions. These are our new or renewed goals and commitments to eating less, exercising more, spending less time in front of our devices and more time with our families, cleaning out our closets and setting up a system so they stay uncluttered. So many goals—so much frustration.
As a health coach, I have seen this time and time again. Smokers set their quit date on Jan. 1. People join a gym and proclaim they will get there at least 3 times a week—starting Jan. 1.Read More