New Year, New Commitment

Happy 2014! The New Year always seems like a good time to make a new start–you know, resolutions and all that jazz. Now that we are a few weeks into 2014, where are you? Did you make a resolution? Has it already gone by the wayside? No worries–we don’t really need those New Year’s resolutions …

Make this year’s resolution count

Eat more vegetables. Lose 20 pounds. Spend more time with my family. Do these goals sound familiar? According to Forbes, more than 40 percent of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, hoping to live a healthier, happier life. However, only 8 percent of us manage to stick with our goals past January. Instead of laziness or …

New Year, New Resolutions and New You!

The month of January offers a new start for people in all walks of life. The noble tradition of making a New Year’s resolution can be a great way to change a habit or accomplish goals in your life. For those affected by diabetes, a New Year’s resolution is especially important because there are many …

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