Resolutions

  • 5 Ways Technology Can Help You Achieve New Year’s Resolutions

    StatePoint You may have a long list of New Year’s resolutions. Luckily, these days, your efforts can be simplified with the use of technology. Check out these high-tech ways to achieve your 2019 goals: • Focusing: An ancient practice with renewed popularity today, the benefits of meditation can’t be...
  • Resolutions: Aim for Progress, Not Perfection, in 2019

    Antionette Kerr Public News Service NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The statistics are grim – only one or two out of every 10 people who make New Year’s resolutions will achieve them, and the rest are likely to fizzle by February. Experts say the biggest hurdles are related to setting unrealistic...
  • 10 Doctor-Recommended New Year’s Resolutions

    StatePoint With the new year upon us, you may be looking for resolutions that will help to keep you and your loved ones healthy and happy in the year ahead. “This is the perfect time of year to consider your personal goals, and how you can make positive health...
  • Live Life Well: Keeping Your Resolutions In 2018

    NAPS The New Year is a wonderful time to not only evaluate your past, but also explore your goals for the year ahead. While it is common that health and fitness resolutions land at the top of people’s list, the truth is that achieving any goal in 2018 is...
  • How About New Year’s Resolutions That Work?

    American Counseling Association New Year’s resolutions might not seem like a great idea since few of us manage to keep them.  But making a smart resolution can do a number of good things for you. Making New Year’s resolutions that you’re sure to break is a bad idea. Broken...
  • NEW YEAR 2016 RESOLUTIONS TO SERIOUSLY CONSIDER

    Lest we forget what we can do as Latinos for ourselves, consider these resolutions for the 2016 New Year. This Op-Ed is directed to those whose parents were faithful readers of EO (1980-2000). Latino millennial youths have ‘smart electronic device savvy’, but should continue to go to El Observador...