With lots of New Years talk and setting goals, have you considered deep cleaning as a January project? Many of us are in the practice of spring cleaning and while this is a great time to clean, why not move it a little earlier in your year? Today I'm talking about setting up some deep cleaning strategies you can start this month. By focusing on doing a deep clean now, this can help us start the year off on the right foot.
Now that we got through the holidays and the year has come to an end, the next thing you probably are focusing on is the new year, what goals you have, and what your New Years’ Resolutions will be. If you want to stick to them this year, the one most important thing to do is keep them realistic and attainable. Here are some tips for setting realistic resolutions that you will actually stick to.
The quest for optimal health is something many people actively pursue. Being at the top of your game mentally and physically requires commitment. It also demands that you embrace your challenges as opportunities for growth. Setting goals is a proactive way to create your own challenges. There is power in goal-setting. Learn more in my lasted article how challenges are essential for mental and physical well-being.