7 Ways to Set Health and Fitness Goals Without Breaking the Bank
As we get closer to the new year, I know more and more of you are thinking about your new years resolution. In fact, over a quarter of the resolutions set involve better health, fitness, or both. Trust me, I have watched many a people in my life set these goals and fail in large part due to finances. Since I don’t want you substituting one bad habit for another (over-spending) I have laid out 7 easy ways to set your health and fitness goals without breaking the bank. Because funny enough, the 3rd most common resolution is to be better with finances. Things that make you go, “Hmmm..?”
A Former Slacker’s Guide to Set Easy Goals that Stick
Hi, I’m Renee, and I’m a former slacker. For the last few years I haven’t even bothered at the idea of setting a New Years resolution. Now, I set new goals with each day. It has taken me years to finally get comfortable with setting goals, and it’s a real shame because it is such a simple thing to do. Below I have laid out how to set easy goals that stick as well as some printouts to help you succeed and keep track.
It seems these days most people are living to retire. They strategically plan for it, save money, invest and try to retire early. Well, as surprising as it may sound, there is a seriously important reason why you should reconsider retirement; and maybe why you should never retire at all. If you have ever struggled finding a reason for why you should wake up in the morning; I have the answer.
Today I have a great guest post for you from Derek Lotts. Read all about him at the bottom of this post.
Going green and living in eco-friendly and sustainable homes has been on the increase in the last couple of decades and it’s clearly not just a fashionable trend, but a genuine shift towards healthier and more responsible lifestyle.
Sustainable lifestyle is the one where satisfying your needs does not have a negative impact on the environment. In order to achieve this, you need to start making eco-conscious life choices. While it’s not really possible in an urban environment to have a 100% sustainable home relying only on natural resources, it’s still possible to raise the level of sustainability of your home and save some money along the way.