Self Improvement

How Achieving Your Resolutions Will Improve Your Life Fulfillment

Making New Year’s Resolutions is easy, it’s keeping them that requires effort and determination. The New Year’s Resolution Show spoke to Misha Nestor, CEO of LifeTracker, about the relationship between achieving goals and life fulfiment, and how modern technology can help you more easily meet those targets you set for yourself.    

10 Top Tips to Beat Those Winter Blues

With Christmas and New Year just behind us, we are right in the middle of winter. The short days, dark nights and cold weather often brings around a bout of winter blues.

There has been a lot of attention on the festive season, but once turns up, many of us sink into mild depression. The urge to curl up and hibernate can be very strong, but it’s important to fight back and start living your life to the full, come rain or shine.

Bin Sausages For A Longer Life, Say Harvard Scientists

New Year is the time when many cut certain foods out of their diet, and for this New Year’s Resolution you should probably be ditching the humble sausage, according to a new study. Researchers at the world renowned Harvard Medical School have claimed that replacing even a small amount of processed red meat for plant protein could lead to a much longer life. Exchanging a sausage at Sunday breakfast for a piece of wholegrain toast could reduce the risk of early death by 34%.

New Year, New Language...New Job?

Many look at the New Year as a time to Resolve to Be More; whether that means looking for a better job or learning a new language. But according to new research, you could kill two birds with one stone, as a new language may make you more desirable to employers.

Don’t be a “Fitness Fibber” this New Year

Every New Year’s Resolution is made with the best intentions, but according to new research many are guilty of letting them slide. In particular, “Fitness Fibbing” is sweeping the nation as gym dodgers use an array of excuses to avoid the gym.

A survey of 1,018 UK gym goers, carried out by personal training course provider Be a Better You, found 58% fib to others about going to the gym. The research shows that 9 out of 10 Brits skip plans to go to the gym at least once a week.

10 Resolutions to Make You Happier at Work in The New Year

After the events of the last year, many will be looking to change their lives for the better, and make New Year’s Resolutions that bring about a real difference in their lives. Plenty of people are feeling like it’s time to take back control, and where better to start than work?

The New Year’s Resolution Show spoke to Helen Jones, an expert on workplace wellbeing and psychological health and founder of Cardiff-based Cortecs, who deliver leadership and management training. Here are her 10 simple and achievable tips to make your working life run smoothly throughout the next year.

Get Fighting Fit with Jennifer Metcalfe

The New Year is a time when many Resolve to take up exercise, with hitting the gym or losing a few pounds exercising at home being one of the most common New Year’s Resolutions. The New Year’s Resolutions Show spoke to Former Hollyoaks star and LighterLife Fast ambassador Jennifer Metcalfe about her top tips for getting, and staying, in shape.  

Do You Need a New Year Detox From Your Phone?

Among the many things you may Resolve to give up this New Year, there is one addiction that could be hardest of all to cut down on. Millions of Britons are missing out on life’s most precious moments – because they are too busy trying to capture them on their mobile phones, according to a new study.

Don't Let "Mathsiety" Stop You This New Year

New Year’s Resolutions are not always simply about weight loss or quitting smoking, and every year millions of adults look to improve skills they feel are sorely lacking. If you are one of those who are worrying about their maths skills, then you are not alone, as a new study has shown that millions of British adults CAN’T answer maths GCSE papers sat by 15 year olds.

How to Overcome Those New Year Blues

January 16th is the day our ‘New Year’ optimism starts to fade, a study has found. Millions of Britons claim to start the New Year feeling positive and full of hope for the year ahead, but see their upbeat thoughts take a downturn after just two weeks.

By 16th January, we become gloomy and fed up thanks to a struggle to stick with New Year’s resolutions, the cold, wet weather and trying to keep bank balances afloat until the next payday.


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