Not quite. Although we can all work on creating a better year, a healthier body and a more peaceful existence. If it wasn't for every one getting in our way!
Too often that's what we tell our selves when we don't want to deal with our own down fall.
Every year on this day we decide whether or not to make a new years resolution. It's the promise to our selves ( and maybe our loved ones) that we will make good changes and or go of bad habits.
According to statistic brain here is the top 10 list for choices:
Spend Less, Save More
Enjoy Life to the Fullest
Staying Fit and Healthy
Learn Something Exciting
Help Others in Their Dreams
Fall in Love
Spend More Time with Family
Out of these how often do we keep those resolutions, especially when it comes to our own health.Only about 38% make and keep their resolutions about health.Maybe it's a few more then you would think, but not near enough to make a dent in our epidemic of obesity and all the accompanying diseases.
Not caring about your self enough to do the hard work has created a huge generational problem.
Even though these are the facts, I'm still optimistic that change is coming. That we all care about the future and our health is at stake.
Don't make a resolution this year, just begin to make small changes in your life. Baby steps.
Each day try some thing new-eat more vegetables, eat less fried foods. Stop spending that hard earned money on unhealthy fast food or large high calories coffees.
put your self and your health on the top of that "To Do" list.By this time next year, you just might be healthier.
Happy New Year!