Ask anyone, especially females, what their resolution is and they will tell you they resolve to be 12, 15 or 20 pounds lighter in 2014.
Everyone could use a few more bucks in the paycheck, but none of that matters if bad health plagues the body. When making a resolution this year, select something that is needful, healthy and doable.
Telling everyone you resolve to lose 25 pounds will only set yourself up for failure. Who needs six or seven friends watching every morsel that goes into the mouth? Make your resolution by carefully selecting your words.
Nearly everybody could stand to lose a few pounds these days. Maybe your resolution should be: I am going to wear the dress I wore to Cindy's wedding and look great in it.
Need more disposable cash for the new year? There are dozens of jobs people can do from home. It's tough working, coming home, eating, then going directly to another job. Maybe a husband and wife can resolve to split another job between them.
Often, people can become healthier just by eating the right foods. The meat from big agriculture is nasty. Cows are fed cows, dairy cows are injected with a substance to increase milk production, chickens live their entire lives on top of their own excrement. The dairy cow injection came from crossing cow DNA with DNA from E. coli bacteria.
Meat from local farmers who graze their cattle definitely tastes better, is not injected with growth hormones and not forced to become cannibals. It costs a little more, but it doesn't shrink, making it the healthiest meat for people who want to be healthy.
Add a few more steps when walking this year, resolve to run one marathon, grow your own food on your property or a neighborhood garden. Always be on the lookout for ways to save money. Saving money is the same as getting a raise.
Click on the links to learn more about the nasty food on the market, at-home jobs, losing weight and eating healthy foods. Watch the video to learn which vegetables are the cleanest.