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5 Diet Resolutions For The New Year

By admin | January 2, 2012

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Photo: o5com

What more can we say about making New Year resolutions, besides the already-said like making goals small and planning out ways to keep them? But if one of your resolutions this year is to lose weight, then here are a few tips to help you attain your diet goals for this New Year.

Instead of starting some daunting and extreme diet, why not take subtle tips and slowly change your routine that can help you shed the extra pounds without the added stress of an intense diet. Try these slow but steady tips for a healthier you in 2012 Read More

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Tips on Sticking to Your 2012 Bucket List

By admin | January 2, 2012

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Photo: Davidd

By: Melaina Gasbarrino

The ball drops, the clock strikes 12 and another year rolls around. This is the time to write in our agendas, on a napkin or on the wall our New Year resolutions for the upcoming year. Some of us will complete our 2012-bucket list, while others find it difficult to fit in that weekly yoga class because of hectic schedules. Here are some simple and very effective tips to assist you in crossing off everything on your 2012-bucket list. So go on, grab a pen, some pretty paper and get writing. Read More

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Food-Related New Year’s Resolutions

By mahir | January 3, 2011

Even though the New Year has begun, it’s not too late to make resolutions.  I love this article from The Atlantic’s Helene York about her impressive food-related New Year’s resolutions.

Her resolutions are not the common “lose ten pounds” or “eat fewer sweets” kind of pledge.  York details 5 goals for an intrepid home cook and food lover who wants to learn more in the new year. Read More

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