While Spring is often a time of renewal and we look forward to the warmer weather and spending more time outdoors, it is also a good time to look back! Look back? Yes, remember those New Year’s Resolutions that you wrote down a few months ago? Are they still attached to your fridge or vision board? Or, did they end up tucked away somewhere, buried on your computer or tossed into the recycling bin? Research shows that only about eight percent of people actually follow through in achieving their New Year’s Resolutions. So what does the eight percent know that the other 92 percent doesn’t? Read more to find out.
Archive | March, 2016
This article is about setting healthy personal boundaries, not about saying “no” to drugs (although saying “no” to drugs is always a good idea). As some of you may remember, “Just Say No” was the slogan for the anti-drug campaign that then first lady Nancy Reagan launched back in the 1980’s. The idea for the […]
Wine with dinner, beer with BBQs, hot toddies on a cold wet day. Humans have been making and consuming alcohol for literally thousands of years. Stone Age beer containers have been found dating back to 8000 BCE while it appears that fermenting wine came along later, around 5400 to 5000 BCE.1 Since ancient times, alcoholic […]