WASHINGTON — So many people make New Year’s resolutions, and so many break them, too. Personal trainer Fairfax Hackley tells WTOP that a recent study found only 8 percent of people fulfill their fitness-related New…
Often, those resolutions fade away by, let\’s say, February. But if done right, they can be a prescription for success.
It\’s been seven weeks since the ball dropped. If
your New Years resolutions are starting to slip
away, here are seven ways to keep them going.
From turning off the lights when you leave a room
to brewing your own coffee at home, here are some
easy tips to save money this year.
Emily Jackson, of Potomac, Md., managed to keep
New Year\’s resolution to lose weight and improve
her overall health. Two years later she\’s still
hitting the gym and feeling lighter.
Including pets in your New Year\’s resolutions could help prolong their lives. Dr. Pawz offers advise to keep your pet happy and healthy.
It is said every great journey begins with a
single step. The same thing applies to running,
say, the Marine Corps Marathon. You don\’t begin
your training by running 26.2 miles. You begin
by jogging around the block — that first step –
– and gradually build your endurance over time.
Whether it\’s losing weight or saving money, if you want to stick to your New Year\’s Resolutions, men need to do one thing and women need to do another.