Happy New Year to all from Tungsten World! It’s now the day after New Year’s, all the champagne has been finished, the balloons and streamers put away and for most of us, the holidays have come to a close. As the second day of a new year, January 2nd is one of the most popular days for either starting or breaking a New Year’s resolution. Will you be as strong as tungsten and hold firm to your goals for the new year? Whether it’s your second go around with the same resolution from last year or you’ve been on a roll crossing off resolutions year after year, we can all relate with some of the more popular resolutions made each New Year’s Eve. Here’s a list of some of the more popular resolutions, maybe even a few we are working on around here:
Work Out Everyday – Everyone knows the gym is packed today. New memberships must be sky high on the day after New Year’s and understandably so. But every year the crowd seems to thin out and there’s an extra treadmill or two come March and April. If this is you, you’re not alone. You probably even have a close friend in the same boat, get them to push you and vice versa. The gym is always better with a friend anyways and you’re less likely to drop out when someone’s sweating it out with you.
Lose weight/Diet – This sometimes goes hand and hand with the gym, but maybe you just want to eat better. Whether its a few pounds or a lot, it’s never easy. There’s still holiday food circling the office here, so we know its tough. Maybe its time to put those sweets away now that the family is gone and get back to more veggies and green stuff. We’re right behind you… just one last cookie though first.
Quit Smoking – Another tough one and probably the most common resolution behind losing weight. No tips for this one, you just got to go for it. And if you quitting smoking and resolving to go to the gym more, not smoking can only help your treadmill times, right?
Any others? What resolutions do you have this New Year? And are you still keeping to them? It’s never to late to get a resolution and it’s still too early to quit! Happy New Year and here’s to all your resolutions!