Tuesday, January 1, 2013
If your New Year's resolution is to live a greener lifestyle, check out these 20 tips to help you stick to your plan.
If you want to be kinder to the planet and save some money at the same time, here are 20 ways to go green in 2013. TELL US: Do you think you could stick to a green New Year's resolution? Share your thoughts and suggestions in the comments sections below.
Five tips to help you keep your resolution.
Are you making a resolution this year? Do you want to lose weight, gain a new skill or organize your house? Whatever your resolution is, here are some tips to help you stick to it throughout the year. 1. Make it attainable. Be sure that your resolution is attainable. Sticking to your monthly budget is attainable—making a million dollars may not be. 2. Tell everyone. If you tell everyone about your resolution, you are more likely to keep it. If you want to quit smoking, you can even go as far as telling your friends that you'll give them $50 if they catch you lighting up. 3. Be specific. If you want to get fit in the new year, set a specific goal. For example, instead of saying you want to get fit, say you want to lose 10 pounds and tone …
Sunday, January 1, 2012
People visiting and working in the Roswell Canton Street District share their 2012 resolutions.
Atlanta's Big Peach dropped at midnight on Saturday, so people in Roswell's Canton Street shared their 2012 New Year's Resolutions with Roswell Patch in preparation for the New Year.
Thursday, December 30, 2010
Tips on how to quit recycling resolutions every year
Between Christmas and New Year's Eve, we all develop something like buyer's remorse, and we start making big resolutions to cancel out overindulging during the holidays. While I'm all for recycling, resolutions aren't something that should be found among plastic bottles and soda can tabs. So, if you want 2011 to be a year your resolutions actually make a dent in your bad habits and don't carry over again, you need to hang out with success's sidekicks. Don't shoot for the moon. No, it's not reverse psychology. Often we aim too high and give up when we fall short. Ah, blame the American dream. Make achievable goals. The closer you get to your achievable goal, the more realistic your ultimate goal will be. You know you can't pay …