So, if you’re like most of us you’re setting some goals for the new year right now. But are those goals realistic? That is, do they actually match reality? Are they things that you can actually potentially achieve? Let’s look at some of the things we should be asking ourselves (note to self) to filter our wild dreams into potentially doable goals.
Category: Health and Wellness
If you’re wanting to eat more servings of fruits and vegetables each day, you need to implement the Pantry Principle! Here are a few ways the Pantry Principle can help you eat more fruits and vegetables.
I get the impression that some people are.
Whether we’re talking about moral standards, relationship standards, housekeeping standards, or whatever, they are apparently more associated with guilt, shame, discomfort, and fear than anything else. Or else annoyance, because of the guilt, shame, and discomfort they make you feel.
Feeling overwhelmed? There are “a million” reasons to feel that way: too much to do, too many problems, too much sickness, too much clutter, too many responsibilities, too many decisions to make. Or just the feeling that comes along with depression or anxiety (regardless of what’s going on outside of you).
Trying to decide what to get your loved-ones for Christmas? How about a chance at life?
That’s sounds trifling.
It’s not. You really could help save the life of a family member (in the near future or years later) with a simple Christmas gift that will educate them on the prevention and/or treatment of a disease they face or could face in the future.