Another Christmas has come and gone. It is startling how fast the years go by when you are raising children. I still expect to see my sleepy eyed babies jumping on my bed Christmas morning to tell us Santa has been at our house. Now we have two sleepy headed tweens and a little guy that is far to old to be considered a baby. (except for in my heart). Each year that goes by it feels like it is harder and harder to keep up with these bundles of joy. I resolve every year to get healthier, eat better, exercise more.....some....just so I can bring my A game to being a parent. Then mid January creeps around. Our routine falls back in place and somewhere amid the boxes and ribbons I pack away my good intentions about changing my bad habits.Sound familiar?
New Year’s Resolutions…to resolve or not to resolve
With the holiday season upon us once again it can only mean one thing…those pesky New Year’s Resolutions. According to many sites I found using google, among the Top 10 New Year’s Resolutions that are broken are:
Get fit/lose weight
Give up smoking
Learn something new
Eat healthier and diet
Get out of debt and save money
Spend more time with the family
Travel to new places
Are you like me? Do you make resolutions each year and then before January is over you’ve given up on most if not all of them? Then before the year is up you complete forgotten what you resolved to do.
Most of us resolve to get lose weight, eat healthier, exercise more. The gyms are crowded with new members each January only to have those crowds dwindle before March arrives. We try to diet and that gets too complicated to keep up with and takes away from the resolution to spend more time with family because your meal prep time just increased dramatically or maybe it’s because you’re cranky from eating rabbit food all day and nobody really wants to spend time with you.
I am one of those that resolve to do a number of things each year and really never follow through with any of it. However, I made a discovery in 2013 and it has carried me through 2014 and resolution to finally shed the unwanted and unwelcomed weight I had been carrying around. That discovery was nothing more than a vitamin and mineral supplement. The simplicity of the system is amazing and something that I can manage on a daily basis. It is the simplicity that has kept me consistent. The results are so much more than weight loss, because this system is not a weight loss product. It has provided me with the energy I need, filled in the nutritional gaps that caused the cravings for ho ho’s and bon bon’s and has also alleviated some of the discomfort I was feeling in my body that prevented me from doing so many things.
Are you resolving in 2015 to get healthy or travel more or get out debt and save money or spend more time with your family and friends? If you are, will you please contact me and let me help you keep those resolutions?
My name is Debra Bullis and I am a lifestyle changer.