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Posted on 01-03-2018
New Year resolutions may sound cliché, but used thoughtfully can help frame your goals. You can take this time to make an assessment of your previous year. Ask your self some critical questions. What did I accomplish? Did I focus my attention where I wanted? Did I take care of my family and myself? Did I feel balanced last year? What can I change in the upcoming year?
If your answers are that you met all of your goals and expectations for the year then give yourself a big gold star. Not many people can get through everything on an annual wish list without life’s distractions getting in the way. Heavy workloads, unexpected illness, school obligations, and finances are all some of the challenges most of us face throughout our daily lives. If your challenges are taking up most of your energy, you will find yourself out of balance.
Placing your health and happiness at the top of your New Year’s resolution sets the tone for you to enter 2018 with the energy and attitude to accomplish your goals and overcome challenges. Putting your health first will give you the balance to live your life to its fullest.
We are looking forward to making 2018 meaningful and balanced and welcome you to join us.
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