A Few Resolutions to Consider This Year
By Virginia Laird
Have you ironed out your resolutions for 2019 yet? For those who may still be working on theirs, health and wellness experts along with life coaches have put together some advice for those looking to make positive changes in the new year. Some of their tips include:
- Give yourself a bedtime
- Have a plan for saving
- Consider giving up sugar this year
Give Yourself a Bedtime This Year
Sleep can play a huge factor in your ability to focus and the body's ability to function properly. For this reason, many experts have suggested that you make getting plenty of sleep one of your resolutions this year. In order to do this, it is necessary that you give yourself a bedtime and stick to it throughout the year. While there may be a few times you need to bend your own rule, having a bedtime can help ensure that you get the sleep needed to be on top of your game while at work and throughout the day. Research suggests that the average adult should get at least six hours of sleep each night. Planning ahead to give yourself a bedtime that allows for enough sleep can help to improve your health as well.
Have a Plan for Saving
As a young adult, my dad told me that as long as I was putting money in savings I could not say I was completely broke. These were words to live by and still are. Financial experts advise that those who resolve to add money to a savings account on a monthly basis are making a healthy financial choice which can lead to prosperity as you continue to make this commitment. These professionals admit that it does not matter how much you are packing away, it is the habit of doing this that can help you begin making wise financial decisions your entire life.
Consider Giving Up Sugar This Year
For those looking to improve their health this year, it may be a good idea to give up sugar. This is one challenge that can prove to be a struggle. Many who indulge in this scrumptious sweetness may find it quite the battle to completely eliminate it. While sugar is tasty, too much of it can lead to weight gain, diabetes, and much more. Health and wellness experts admit that sugar alone is not the enemy. Rather, it is the addiction to sugar that can lead to health-related issues. Research suggests that sugar is an addiction for many. Now is the time to kick the sugar habit and start improving your health right away.
Now you are ready to make your 2019 the best year ever!
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