New Year Resolutions Towards a Better Life in 2013

Beginning of a new year brings with it hope, faith and resolutions. New Year Resolutions that are a promise to make our life better and adopt practices that will help you lead a healthier and a more fulfilling life. Women are known to multi-task all the time, from career, to family, social obligations and various others.
It is best to start the New Year with goals that can be achieved and plans that can be followed. They may be small or big changes that will enable you to lead a happier and a healthier life.

The 10 Most Important New Year Resolutions that You Can Incorporate in Your Life:

  1. Lead a quality life, which means a planned and a meaningful life. Plan out your day and try to keep to the plans. Fix practical plans that can be followed, rather than ones that are difficult to adhere to.
  2. Planning helps to reduce the daily stress and keep you happier and content.
  3. Lead a healthy life. Incorporate half to an hours exercise regime in your daily life style. No matter how busy you are, spend that time on doing any form of workout that you enjoy. Be committed and do not break it. It will help you gain energy and make you look and feel good.
  4. Promise to eat healthy. Quit eating processed and junk food. They do not provide nutrients to the body. They just add unnecessary calories and can be the cause of some health problems.
  5. Drink as much water as you can. Measure your body weight and drink half of that measure in the form of pure water. Water helps speed up metabolism and helps digestions. It also helps you to detoxify, without having to spend hundreds of dollars in expensive spas.
  6. Switch to whole foods. Whole grains, fresh and leafy green vegetables, fresh fruits that help you progress to a healthier life. Promise to eat organic and natural food and ingredients. Have proper meals and do not starve your body. This helps you to keep a steady metabolism and helps you shed fat.
  7. Promise to set aside habits that do you harm. Give up smoking and drinking harmful products that take away from life.
  8. Take care of every part of your body. Brush and floss your teeth after every possible meal. This protects your teeth from any harmful bacteria and infections.
  9. Lead a life that hears, speaks and sees no evil. Believe in yourself and weave a positive energy around you.
  10. Last but not the least, do good unto others, as you would expect others to do to you.

About The Author

Dr. Koch

Dr. Robert Koch

Dr. Robert Koch earned a Masters degree in Biomedical Science and Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Midwestern University. Dr. Koch’s patient-first approach to dentistry is rooted in education for both himself and his patients. Staying up to date with the latest advances in dentistry allows him to offer the best treatment plans for his patients. He aims to educate and inform patients in a comforting environment that allows patients to feel confident in the decision-making process of their treatment.