Posted by: Rhona Reid On January 19, 2019 10:24 am
After the crazy excesses of Christmas, many people are tempted to tighten their belts in January and save money wherever possible. It’s becoming quite the trend, with thousands of people taking up the mantle of “frugaleer” and marching forth into the New Year with the intention of saving money or preferably, not spending money at all.
This is a tall order in our consumer-driven society, but there are ways to make penny-pitching both practical and (relatively) painless!
Check out our Five Tips for a Thrifty New Year (and How a Water Ionizer Can Help!) below and start saving now!
Posted by: Rhona Reid On December 30, 2018 10:35 am
Many people are prompted into making New Year resolutions by one of the time-honored methods: a sense of failure about some aspect of their life, standing on the weighing scales, or while having a hard time trying to fasten a favorite pair of jeans (terrible for shrinking in the wash. Ahem.)
Can New Year Resolutions Forged in Negativity Ever Be Positive?
It’s all a bit negative, isn’t it?
Maybe that’s why so many resolutions are doomed to die a quiet death – any resolutions that are forged in negativity are harder to keep alive.
Posted by: Rhona Reid On December 26, 2018 12:29 pm
The holiday season is an indulgent time of year for many of us, but it IS possible to exercise a little restraint and have a great time!
Throughout the holiday season, you can indulge in those festive favorites without compromising on taste! Once you get into the swing of tweaking what’s on your plate a little, you’ll find that you’re making healthier choices without even thinking about it.
The key to lasting success this holiday season? Being realistic about what healthy choices look like (which include using water ionizers!).
So…go easy on yourself by making these healthy choices for starters:
It would be positively Scrooge-like to suggest that you shouldn’t help yourself to a …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On January 25, 2018 12:00 pm
If you’re among the just-over-half of the population who didn’t make a New Year resolution, then by now you might fall into one of two camps. The first is being oblivious to the whole thing and simply getting on with life without the pressure/pleasure of a self-imposed goal to work towards.
The second camp includes those who look on with a touch of envy at the bright-eyed fervor of those winning at their resolutions. They have a goal. A “thing.” Something to help pass the long, decidedly un-festive January days. Dry January? Veganuary? At this stage of the month, if you haven’t given something up, then you might be feeling a …
It’s that time of year again! The tinsel is packed away, the present buying frenzy is but a distant memory and our thoughts turn to New Year resolutions.
What Do You Want to Change?
It’s easy to be blasé about making resolutions, and lots of people don’t bother on the basis that if we want to change something, then we should get on and do it, instead of waiting for the “right” date in the calendar.
But that’s ignoring the special lure of resolution making. If you want to change something in your life and stick to it, then New Year is the perfect opportunity. New broom, clean room, fresh …
Whether you paint the town red, or slip into your PJ’s and share a bottle of something nice with your nearest and dearest, many of us observe New Year’s Eve in some way, and quite often, it involves the odd drink or two!
If you did choose to indulge, then start laying the groundwork now to avoid spending the first days of 2017 groaning and swearing “never again!”
While the holidays are traditionally a time when we’re encouraged to throw caution (and the bathroom scales) to the wind, it is possible to revel with a little restraint and shore up your system at the same time!