I don’t do New Year’s resolutions. At least, not in the traditional sense of it. I’ve tried them. Sometimes they worked. Sometimes they didn’t. Actually, it seems the whole world has this problem. If you've already set and messed up a resolution for 2019, take heart. So have 75% of people who made them. Really. This Forbes article says that less than 25% of people who make New Year's resolutions stick with them past 30 days. Why do some resolutions work and some fail?
Here’s what I believe it usually comes down to: there’s a big difference between setting a resolution out of frustration as opposed to recognizing the REAL reason you want to make a change in an area of your life. I think it comes down to realizing that a resolution (or any goal, really) needs intention driving it. Interested? Keep reading...
Cold winter weather calls for hearty, hot dishes. Here's a recipe of mine that I've played with over the last year or so and finally feel like it's ready for all of you. It's freakin' delicious. Oh baby, is this soup gooooood. The recipe makes a LOT (I'm estimating about 10 servings), so it's a great one to feed a big crowd or to use half of and freeze the other half for a night when you're in a rush.
Hi, I'm Blake. I love adventure, cooking, costume parties, wine, yoga, and reading...in that order. Follow my blog for yoga stuff, fitness tips, & healthy recipes...
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