One of the most common reasons people fail to keep their New Year’s Resolution is setting unrealistic goals. Our Personal Best 30 Day Challenge is a great way to begin the journey towards becoming your Personal Best because we ask you to “declare” one (1) goal. Just one.
It's that time of year again. You've made your New Year's resolution: to be healthy. For the past two weeks, you're been trying to eat better and hit the gym hard to carry out your goal.Maybe you made this resolution because you want to manage your weight or tone up certain areas of your body. Or perhaps you simply want to be able to go about your life with less pain and discomfort. Since you have made this resolution, I'm assuming you 1) care about your health and 2) must be doing a few things already to live a healthier lifestyle than most.
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Posted by Jeff Miller @ Wednesday, January 15, 2014 @ 10:39am
I learned a new phrase the other day. And no, my daughter did not learn it at school. (Thank God I'm not THERE yet!). It's was "mom shaming".
Have you heard about this? It's the act upon which other mothers or women put down another mom or woman because the don't agree with her actions, behavior, choices, decisions or appearance.
I heard about it when a fellow blog writer and personal trainer posted a picture of herself and her three young children.
1. Drink plenty of Water- Drinking enough water and staying hydrated is key when it comes to staying healthy. Especially here in sunny Miami. Drinking water helps to decrease appetite as well as eliminate "I'm bored/hungry cravings." The goal is to drink half of ones body weight in ounces daily. ExtraTip- If water seems boring to you, add freshly squeezed lemon or lime for flavor as well as a dose of healthy antioxidants.
2. Cook your own meals/brown bag it- Set aside a day (I usually pick Sunday) to cook and prepare your own meals for the week.