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New Year’s Resolutions For People Who Despise New Year’s Resolutions by Kim Foster MD Posted Fri 04 Jan 2013 1:16pm Maybe you don’t like the word “resolution”. Lots of people don’t. And, of course, we all know the failure rates of New Year’s resolutions. It’s a running joke, right? But you can’t deny that January has a whole fresh-start vibe. Is there a way to take advantage of that without doing the old-school resolution thing? … Continue reading » Read on »
New Year’s Resolutions that Actually Work by Anastasiya Goers Patient Expert Posted Fri 10 Jan 2014 10:12pm Posted in | January 8, 2014 |    By guest author Jessica Socheski New Year’s resolutions have become something of a sad joke with the proverbial “lose weight” and “become a better person” faithfully promised each year and usually abandoned around January 27th. This may be, reports CNN, because New Ye ... Read on »
10 Year, 20 Year And 30 Year Term Life Insurance - air penny 5 by footbalallad Posted Mon 24 Dec 2012 5:31am 30 Year Term Life InsuranceWhy would one choose a 30 year term life insurance policy black foamposites. Keep in mind the 3 most outstanding term policies are the 10 year, 20 year and 30 year term life insurance policies. I think that people buy the 30 year term life insurance policy because they simply choose to look further ahead ... Read on »
2 Year Subscription to Parenting: Early Years OR Parenting: School Years just $7! by Dealectible Mom Posted Tue 22 Feb 2011 6:35pm Mamapedia Sweet Deals is offering a 2 year subscription to either Parenting: Early Years OR Parenting: School Years for just $8!  They just released a $1 off coupon code, making this deal just $7! This is a NATIONAL deal and if you don’t see it on the landing page, look on the sidebar (there are other deals listed there). There are two ... Read on »
NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION: Start the New Year with Master Cleanse by PrettySmartOne .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 29 Dec 2008 5:53pm Right now, at this moment, today, I am planning to start a Master Cleanse in the New Year.  I qualify it so because I may start before. My start day could be this Saturday, i.e., two days from now.  My start time depends on my my room-mate’s departure. She is leaving tomorrow for Japan. I could start on Saturday, but I like Mondays or Sundays ... Read on »
New Year, New You? Heck NO! – The New Year’s Anti-Resolution by WeAreTheRealDeal Posted Mon 27 Jan 2014 4:49pm How did you feel about the usual barrage of new year’s resolution marketing this year? Did it annoy you? Make you feel like you should join in? Did it piss you off and make you want to rebel against it? However much it affected you, or didn’t, odds are it did affect you a little […] (Visited 4 times, 4 visits today) Read on »
Starting a Diet After the New Year? Is it too Early to Work on Your New Years Resolution? by Doctor of Philosophy Posted Fri 10 Dec 2010 6:10am Are you thinking of making a New Years resolution? It feels right, doesn’t it—to make a promise to yourself to change something in your life, and to do it on the first day of a brand new year. It seems natural. So, what are we saying when we make such a promise to ourselves? What does it mean? Well, for one thing, it means we want to make ... Read on »
First Steps: Skip the New Year's Resolution and Make a New Year's Mini-Goal by Shanna B. Posted Thu 03 Feb 2011 5:27pm It makes perfect sense. I'm going to lose weight beginning the 1st of the year, stop smoking on Monday, I'm going to start exercising again two weeks from Tuesday. Having a start date gives you a chance to mentally prepare for the task at hand while thoroughly enjoying the remaining days of indulgence. Those days of indulgence are often far more ... Read on »
Nix the New Year's Resolution! Opt for New Year's Goals to See Success by Wellness Corporate Solutions Posted Tue 03 Jan 2012 11:34am As we kick off another year, most of us have finalized our New Year’s Resolutions. The first couple weeks tend to start off with high hopes and intense dedication, but by the time spring rolls around, odds are we will have long abandoned those newfound behaviors and slipped back into old routines. Maybe it's time to approach things diff ... Read on »