Monday, January 01, 2007

It's that time of year again...

Happy New Year Everyone. Here is something I thought would help everyone with their resolution setting.

Kevin


It's that time of year again...


It's that time of year again and I thought I'd write about
the top New Year's Resolutions.

I'm excited about this year and can't wait to achieve my goals
and I know you're probably scratching your head about what your
resolution should be or maybe you already know. Perhaps my list
of top resolutions will help...Top New Years Resolutions

A new year always brings with it new resolutions of people
hopeful to change the old. Popular changes that many people
would like to make are listed below, in no particular order.

1. Lose Weight – With more than fifty percent American adults
and countless others in other countries being overweight, it’s
no wonder that this resolution appears a lot. Unfortunately
there are so many plans out there for losing weight and eating
right, that it’s difficult to know what works and what doesn’t
and which plan is best for which individual. Keys to successful
weight loss focus on good eating habits, a good exercise program
and sticking to targeted goals to reach.

2. Pay Off Debt – A main resolution of many is to pay off credit
cards and minor installments loans; i.e. like auto loans, not
mortgages. Often a tough job, lack of paying off debt often
stems form economic issues, unexpected bills, decreased income,
health-related bills and more mounting all year long. Do you best
and check into refinancing at lower rates is often advised.

3. Stop Bad Habits – Popular resolutions often involve stopping
bad habits like smoking, drinking, gambling, drug abuse,
cheating on a mate and being a workaholic. To help overcome
these, there are 12-step programs out there for nearly any issue
today.

4. Continue Education – Another popular resolution is to return
to school to finish high school accreditation, to complete
college programs and complete other educational training. And
with online technology so advanced today, many are able to jump
back into programs with online help round the clock and round
the world.

5. Travel – Hitting the road, the sea or the air is another top
resolution of many. Travel sites offering helpful online planning,
booking and savings grow in popularity as does this resolution
made by many.

6. Workout – Both genders make resolutions to get fit in the
new years ahead. Whether it’s to lift weights or run track or
bike or swim, people as a whole seek better fitness. And trying
to work in a fitness plan is not always easy with families on
the go today. So trying to squeeze in smaller amount of time
blocks might help many. For example, workout for 15 minutes a
couple of times each day instead of looking for blocks of an
hour where you will be free.

There are more popular New Year’s resolutions. Make some of
your own and see what you are looking forward to, then make
plans to reach your goals. Happy New Year!

Now the problem is actually achieving your resolutions, not
setting them. Anyone can set a new years resolution, right?

Exactly.

So make sure you actually set yourself up for success. Write
it down and keep it in front of you. Tell others about it and
then work on it daily.

For a free report on setting and achieving your New Year's
Resolutions, check out:

http://www.newyearsresolutionshelp.com/freereport/?a=293

All the best in the New Year!

Kevin Newman

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