New Year's Resolutions

Ecocentricity Blog: It Is Hereby Resolved

By: John A. Lanier
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When I was reflecting on what my resolution would be this New Year, it dawned on me that saying no is also a good environmental resolution.

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When I was reflecting on what my resolution would be this New Year, it dawned on me that saying no is also a good environmental resolution.

Keep That Resolution: It Can Yield More Than You Think

By: Lorna Donatone
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This past year, I did the unthinkable and followed through on a resolution. And, by following through, my CrossFit journey didn’t just help me find my abs; it also gave me a crash course in business endurance and career success.

The start was all mental obstacles. My career had forced me to ruthlessly prioritize my time. I fit in exercise, but it was more of a squeeze-in than a priority.

How To Stick To Your New Year's Resolutions All Year Long

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With the holidays past and a new year upon us, now is the time for Americans to focus on their 2014 resolutions. And while fitness goals often top the list of New Year’s resolutions, diet and exercise aren’t the only ways to get back into shape. This year, do yourself and your loved ones a favor by getting financially fit as well.

5 Ways to Achieve New Year's Resolution Success

Make 2012 your best year yet! Join the Choose You movement to set and reach your health goals.
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According to surveys about 50 percent of us will make 2012 resolutions, and likely they will include eating better, being more active or losing weight. All lofty goals, but according to those same surveys, only 8 percent will achieve what they set out to do, and 45 percent will throw in the towel by the end of January. Colleen Doyle, director of nutrition & physical activity for the American Cancer Society, explains that part of the problem is figuring out how to set ourselves up for success.

Visit www.chooseyou.com.

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According to surveys about 50 percent of us will make 2012 resolutions, and likely they will include eating better, being more active or losing weight. All lofty goals, but according to those same surveys, only 8 percent will achieve what they set out to do, and 45 percent will throw in the towel by the end of January. Colleen Doyle, director of nutrition & physical activity for the American Cancer Society, explains that part of the problem is figuring out how to set ourselves up for success.

Visit www.chooseyou.com.

ACS19877

 

Green New Year's Resolution: Toss the Towel

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
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Looking for New Year's resolutions to help you increase your personal and business sustainability success?  How about just creating new habits that support our environment and inspire others for positive change?  If you could make one New Year's Resolution that have the biggest impact, what would it be?  Toss the Towel.  It's the new eco trend for 2011 and its inspiration is from PeopleTowels.  

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