It's that time again -- time to reflect, refresh and redirect ourselves as we look at the approaching horizon of a new year. I love the week before New Year's Day because I take time every year to analyze the year that has passed -- and make plans for the year to come! The journey to whole health is a part of that planning as we all continue to navigate the changing landscape of trying to be "healthy." Here are my strategies for making lasting New Year's resolutions to change your whole health.
It is so easy to start the new year with a goal of losing weight or eating better. While these are great New Year's resolutions, they are often too vague and not sustainable. Instead, resolve to change your mind, find mental peace, or figure out your triggers for unhealthy behaviors. This is my most...
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