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Share Your New Year's Resolutions

Speak Up: What Are Your Healthy New Year's Resolutions?

2007 is almost over, which means not only are we going through all the best things of 2007, but it's also time to start thinking about those New Year's Resolutions. You know I am curious if you guys have any healthy resolutions for 2008, so speak up and share them in the comments section below.

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DietsInReview DietsInReview 9 years
Get and stay fit! O and stop biting my nails :-(
bluesuze bluesuze 9 years
1. be a more positive/happy person 2. floss daily 3. exercise 3 to 4x per week
GirlC GirlC 9 years
I've decided to reflect rather than resolve. http://teamsugar.com/group/271824/blog/911372
ht1979 ht1979 9 years
For 2007, I decided on one annual resolution (run 1000 miles) and then had a friend that I set a few monthly resolutions with each month. This worked SO WELL. The short timeframe for the monthly resolutions and having another person that I proclaimed my resolution to/had to report back to about my success made all the difference. I also did better when the resolution was something quantifiable (distance to run/swim/bike, times/amount to workout, amount of water to drink, servings of vegetables to consume, etc). For 2008, I think I'll continue on the same path, but where most of the past year's monthly resolutions were health/fitness related, I may incorporate some others this year (teach new tricks to my dog, keep all of my receipts and start really tracking my expenditures, read more books, travel to at least one foreign country I've never visited). Oh, and I think I may keep the 1000 mile resolution (and I'm seriously considering adding a marathon resolution if I can find someone to train with).
texgirl texgirl 9 years
Ok, here they are .... (I swear I am sticking to this list! and probably adding a few more) 1. Stop complaining about my weight gain since moving to new york city and actually push myself to lose it. 2. Kick the diet coke habit that I have started since working 3. Kill my mindless snacking problem and learn a bit of self control (this also goes hand in hand with eating better and not consuming so many "bad" fatty foods) 4. Cut down my going out and save some money (and hopefully the calories too) so that I can get my hamptons summer share with my girlfriends. 5. Enjoy living the life I have always imagined and traveling with my girlfriends.
Powerpuffgirl Powerpuffgirl 9 years
I'd like to focus on eating more whole foods and less processed foods. Also, I've let myself get too comfortable with not having a regular exercise schedule. I plan to get a dog and start walking!
SugarKat SugarKat 9 years
Screw New Year's resolutions!!! This year I started early and joined a gym last night! Now I just need to go.
suzier suzier 9 years
1. stop pickling my body with artificial sweeteners and excessive amounts of diet soda 2. limit candy/sweets/unhealthy crap to 200 cals a day or less 3. stretch every time I work out 4. run a half marathon 5. go organic -- no more meat from questionable sources
katebelle katebelle 9 years
1. continue weight loss i went from 147 to 119 so I am pretty happy 2. love the body i now have 3. not be so shy around guys 4. not to be self involved and critical of myself
ER1008 ER1008 9 years
I lost weight and got in shape this year so I will continue that into next year and hopefully the rest of my life. For next year I plan on running my first 5k.
turkhaven turkhaven 9 years
I changed my life with diet and exercise back in August and am very satisfied with my resolve on those challenges. My resolution is to take more pictures and to start a Christmas Club account for Toys for Tots next year.
swtsunkisses88 swtsunkisses88 9 years
eat less trans fatty foods such as baked goods, as well as processed meals/meats/food.
HappyKate HappyKate 9 years
I am going to reach my weight loss goal! Not to much further now(0nly 16 left!). Also after reaching goal I am going to try and slowly add more and more of the things that I really need in my diet. If I take it slow I should be able to successfully eat more nutritiously in the long run!
moonischasingme1 moonischasingme1 9 years
I'm going to floss every single day. EVERY SINGLE DAY. I mean, yeah, I should do that already, but really--I don't. And just continue to exercise and eat healthy like I do. (and to stop using the f-word).
isabelle315 isabelle315 9 years
Just two: 1. Stay healthy and active until the birth of my first little one in July (i.e. gain enough weight.... but not TOO much!!) 2. Get back in long-distance running shape and run the Columbus half marathon in October... hopefully in the same time I ran it this year.
klandrach klandrach 9 years
1. Workout a minimum of 5 days a week, for an hour each day. 2. Only have one small sugar treat a day and try to keep it as healthy as possible. 3. Eat my 5 servings of vegetables. 4. Drink a cup of tea everyday. 5. Take time to relax and spend time by myself.
geohiker geohiker 9 years
I'm planning to work on better eating habits and doing more cooking. And, this year I will be riding my bike in a couple of centuries (100 mile rides), so I'm looking forward to that!
DeviousMuse DeviousMuse 9 years
I'm going to run the Las Vegas Marathon next December (we're combining it with a girls' weekend/bday trip for me). And keep improving in my pole dance classes & teaching!
Chicagomarie Chicagomarie 9 years
I;d have to say 1. weighing myself at least twice a week, it'll help me stay accountable. 2. recycle more and remember to use my cloth shopping bags 3. stop eating before I feel full, it's good to still be a little bit wanting.
Leilanic1 Leilanic1 9 years
focus on eating healthy rather than just no-fat, lowfat,no sugar, etc. be present no more diet soda or splenda or anything with artificial sweeteners stay within my budget
Lisa2723 Lisa2723 9 years
Eat more whole foods and less with preservatives, to love more, exercise more, and be better to the environment!
ElectroPopTart ElectroPopTart 9 years
laluna27...I'm about two months sober...from diet coke! It's hard!!! hahahaa.
gothamgal gothamgal 9 years
1. Make more lists. 2. Mix up the exercise routines. 3. Listen to more music. 4. Eat late at night less often. 5. Cut down on sweets and carbs. 6. Remain positive and take the high road more often. 7. Refer to this list often to keep on track!
hottpink hottpink 9 years
-Eat less candy! I'm so addicted, not chocolate but the pure sugar candy. -I have also been a vegetarian for almost 9 years so since I was 16 years old. I want to try and branch out and learn to cook more vegetarian dishes! :)
SillyGirl SillyGirl 9 years
The mantra of the new year is consistency and moderation. No more weight gain/loss (i go up and down 8 pounds regularly - just enough to make my clothes tight and loose). No more eating healthy all week, and then having 3 slices of pie on saturday.
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