Can’t face the commitment of long-term health resolutions that leave you feeling like you’ve failed before you’ve even got started? We hear you loud and clear. Stop beating yourself up and start working your way through the only list of health resolutions you’re going to need this year. Clock up these small changes and see BIG results fast!
1. Whenever you can, walk there. When you get there, take the stairs to wherever you need to be.
We know that the best way to avoid a hangover is to steer clear of alcohol in the first place. However, it is the holiday season, and many people are tempted into drinking a little more of the hard stuff than usual.
It’s fun to celebrate, but no one wants to follow up a great evening with the dreaded hangover. We’ve rounded up the five all-time greatest ways to sensibly enjoy alcohol over the holidays and avoid feeling full-on Grinch the following day!
Posted by: Rhona Reid On December 30, 2020 12:00 pm
Planning on enjoying a few alcoholic drinks on New Year’s Eve? Then follow our 7 Smart Drinking Tips to make sure that you leap into 2021 feeling happy and healthy – and NOT suffering from the dreaded hangover!
1. You know the Big Night is approaching, so put some work in for a few days beforehand to prep your body and maximize its resilience. Take some exercise, make sure that your mealtimes focus on good, varied nutrition and whole foods, and make sure that you clock up plenty of sleep if you’re planning a late night.
2. Sticking with food, eat before the party starts. Enjoy satisfying, slow-release and nutritionally-rich foods such as avocado on whole grain …
For many people, 2020 is the Big One. It’s the start of a new decade and all of those promises that we keep making to ourselves about being healthier? This is the year that we get it done.
2020: The Year of the Hydrogen Water Ionizer
Maybe it’s the incoming new decade, but a growing consciousness about our health and the constant worry that tap water just isn’t good for us anymore, that’s prompted many people to make 2020 the year they buy a water ionizer.
There’s something a bit existential about the New Year. It prompts us to look back at what has passed, and then firmly look forward …
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.