The New Year is a time for a fresh start and a time to set goals and make resolutions for the coming year. Today, we share with you a round up of Health Activist posts about their resolutions, goals, and what they see ahead for 2013.
“Given this epidemic of physical absence, I’m proposing that we establish a “National Take Your Body to Work Day.” To many, this will sound perfectly crazy, but in fact, it’s a reasonable request and a powerful reminder of just how completely we are missing the mark in the modern world.” – Frank Forencich, Chief Creative Officer at Exuberant Animal
Read the entire post here: http://blog.exuberantanimal.com/a-modest-proposal-for-2013/
“Well this year I am really, really going to try!! I’m putting it out there, so I am accountable and on occasion I’ll check in with you to see if I’m making my goals. But my first goal is to be realistic!! Thats a tough one! I don’t want have champagne dreams on a beer budget so I’m going to try to keep it real!” – Jennifer of Peanut Butter and Peppers
Read more about Jennifer’s realistic goals here:
“I’m a little embarrassed to admit this, but I have a few new year’s resolutions this year. I prefer to call them “goals,” because I think it sounds more definite and it feels more likely that I’ll actually achieve them.” – Corey of Hope Is Real
Check out all of Corey’s Goals: http://hopeisreal.blogspot.com/2013/01/new-years-resolutions.html
We’re thrilled to be featuring Health Activist Resolutions throughout January. Want to share yours? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!