It's the time of year when we tend to pause and think about the last 12 months, as well as the year ahead. I like to take time off from work between Christmas and New Year's. I typically use some of that time to review my previous new year's resolutions and think about changes I… Continue reading Planning for a New Year
Now that I've achieved my NASM-CPT my blog is taking on a new tone -- fitness and nutrition, with a wine twist every once in a while.
Faithful readers of this blog will recall that one of my New Year's resolutions was to read the Bible. I read it once a long time ago in college but it was for a humanities class and not read through the lens of my Catholic faith. This year, I decided to read it again, thinking about my faith and more carefully about what's happening through each passage.
It's just past the Ides of March, the time of year when inevitably, no matter what is happening in my life, I hit the biggest slump.
The start of a new year means rededicating yourself to whatever dreams, goals and objectives you want to achieve. For me, a new year happens twice annually - fall, when school is back in session, and Jan. 1. This year, my New Year's resolution is to attempt to establish realistic goals that I can reach over the course of the entire year, or at least that is my overarching commitment to myself.