Great tips! To go back to eating healthier would be mine. I know I'm able to do it as I've done it before but I won't beat myself up if I slip once, twice or more.
Good catch! Looks like they fixed it!
Hmmmm, I thought I was replying to the person who caught the error in the end date in the last line of the post....good thing I have a NEW next to my name.
My New Year's resolution was to stop spending so much money this year. I have already achieved success by switching from Rogers to Public Mobile and saving a bundle.
I'm over 60 and still make new year's resolutions! This year no alcohol for the first four months of the year. Then it's bonfire season... So far so good. Easy Peasy. Additionally I do 30 minutes of elliptical 5 days a week. If I miss a day (sick or away) I make up for it on the weekend. I print exercise logs that I update daily. Good luck everyone!
I usually don't make resolutions but would instead like to support a critical issue. I hope to voice my concern for climate change to my MP and my MPP so that our federal and provincial governments can do a whole lot more than they're doing now to fight this important cause. I urge the PM Community, and many others, to do the same.
My resolution is to move more! I've been doing well so far working out at least four days a week, and so far, no abandoning it. I plan to stick to it by exercising with my SO and by switching up my exercise plans regularly so I don't get bored!
My new year resolution will be to stay within budget as I will be on mat leave dealing with 2 kids!
I never ditch new years resolutions, Once I made one I will keep it.