- Looking for a new job? Scholastic has some great interview tips or take advantage of the information on the websites such as Monster.com or CareerBuilder.com .
- Want to lose weight? HungryGirl.com offers daily tips, cook books and recipes to help you still enjoy your food but with fewer calories. Here is a recipe to make a lower calorie version of Hot Cocoa with Marshmallows.
- Spending more time with your family? FamilyTime.com has great tips for family activities as well as crafts and recipes.
Unfortunately the greatest websites in the world can’t help you if you don’t have the willpower to stay with your plan. According to a New York Times article, four out of five people who make New Year’s resolutions will eventually break them. In fact, a third won’t even make it to the end of January. Click here to see their tips for more successful New Year’s Resolutions.
Another great option is to do it “Sidewalk Style” and put it off until later. Relax a little through the holidays and then start maybe in February when the pressure isn’t so high. Rather than spending that time worrying, eat that left over candy cane, grab a good book or watch a cheesy movie on T.V.
Sometimes procrastination can be a good thing.
Writing on the Sidewalk