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.

Research Shows Dogs Key to Happiness and Fitness

With health and happiness being two of the most common reasons behind most people's New Year's Resolutions, could the secret to both be as simple as letting a furry friend into your life? According to a new study by the RSPCA and life insurer Vitality, Dog owners have better health, happiness and social lives than those who do not have dogs. Researchers undertook an in-depth social study of dog owners and non-dog owners – and revealed those with dogs get more exercise, are happier in their work lives and make friends more easily than non-dog owners.

Top Tips to Reclaim Your Sleep this New Year

What’s the plan for 2017 – to get fit, lose weight and generally be healthier? Or perhaps, you want to get a new job and be more organised?

If you want to achieve any of the above, then there’s one New Year resolution you really need to stick to and that’s reclaiming good quality sleep.

The Best New Year Wellness Holidays In England

With the festive season out of the way, it’s time to turn your attention to your New Year’s Resolutions – cue the fitness retreats, cleansing juice, yoga sessions and wellness spas. Here, VisitEngland round up the top places in England to detox and find your zen.

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%.

Looking for a New Year's Resolution? How About Helping More Birds to Fly...

That expensive gym membership may help the way the outside world sees us, but what about committing to a New Year's resolution that's good for the soul and great for nature; how about helping more birds to fly?

It may sound strange, but there's much written about the benefits of feeding birds, with supplementary bird feeding presenting a helping hand when "natural" food is scarce; and bird food company Haith's is encouraging more of us to take up the hobby of bird feeding for just that reason.

Just the Isotonic with iPro Sport

The New Year's Resolution Show went to Leisure Industry Week in Birmingham and interviewed iPro Sport. iPro Sport is an all-natural isotonic sports drink that, rather than using simple sugars, is based on complex carbohydrates from stevia and maltodextrin.

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.

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