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Last Updated on September 12, 2020 by Ellen Christian
What are your New Years resolutions? Are you still sticking to them or have you forgotten a few of them? National Vitamin Day is today – January 29th. Today is the perfect reminder to myself that I’ve stepped off track for a few of my New Years resolutions. I start the year off with great intentions but then life gets in the way and they seem to fall behind. Today, I’m looking at life with a renewed sense of purpose. Those New Year’s resolutions are important to me, to my health, and to my family. I made a pledge to get healthy and I plan on keeping it even if I stumble a few days. I need to focus on doing things like choosing the right healthy foods and remembering to exercise each day.
What Are Your New Years Resolutions
A healthy diet and exercise are tough for me some days. When I don’t pay attention to me, I tend to have too much coffee and diet soda and not enough fresh fruits and vegetables in my diet. That’s why it is so important that I remember to take a daily vitamin. Some days, I know that I don’t get the vitamins and nutrients that I’m supposed to from the foods I eat. Taking a daily vitamin can ensure that I am getting the nutrients my body needs to be healthy. If I’m not healthy, there is no way that I can take care of my family. When I don’t put me first, I get sick more often. When I”m sick, I get stressed because I don’t have the energy to do what needs to be done. Taking care of me is taking care of my family.
Here are a few tips I’m using to help stay on track with my New Years resolutions:
- Have a visual reminder – Put a picture of a skinny you (or skinny someone) on the refrigerator to remind you not to snack.
- Set out your workout clothes the night before to remind you to exercise before work.
- Leave a re-usable water bottle on your computer desk while you’re working to remind you to drink more water.
- Put the exercise bike near the television to make it more convenient to ride your bike.
- Buy cut up vegetables at the store so you’re more likely to grab a handful of them instead of chips.
- Set a timer on your computer or cell phone to remind you to take your vitamin.
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What are your New Years resolutions and how are you doing with them?
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Ellen is a busy mom of a 22-year-old son and 27-year-old daughter. She owns 5 blogs and is addicted to social media. She believes that it doesn’t have to be difficult to lead a healthy life. She shares simple healthy living tips to show busy women how to lead fulfilling lives. If you’d like to work together, email firstname.lastname@example.org to chat.