January 1, 2016 Vicki No comments exist



As you look back on 2015 and transition into the New Year of 2016 I hope you are looking forward to lots of positive changes.  I would encourage you to set goals not resolutions. Resolutions usually fail. When you set achievable goals you will have a better chance to succeed. Are your goals blurry or clear?

As we begin a new year I am implementing a new project called “i365 to S.A.M”. (Simply Anew Me)  and will last all year long. Each month will be associated with a different word and yes we will also be out taking photos of what that word means to us. So get those cameras ready!. The first word will be  TRANSITION for the month of January. I will be sending out articles, tips or inspirations everyday associated with the word of the month so be sure to share with your friends.

Adjusting to change can be difficult, as even positive life transitions tend to cause some stress. Over the course of a lifetime, a person can expect to experience a significant amount of change. Some of these changes, such as relationships, marriages, births, and new jobs, are generally positive, although they may be accompanied by their own unique stressors. Other major life transitions, such as moving, retirement, or entering the “empty nest” phase of life may cause a significant amount of stress.

Making a change to live a healthier lifestyle can also have some stress associated with it. Everywhere you turn these days you’ll find information about the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle. You know that eating less sugar and more fruits and vegetables will make you feel energized, healthier, and happier. But, beginning to make changes to your lifestyle can be daunting—especially if you’re not sure where to begin. Here are a few tips on how to incorporate healthier habits into your life and be patient with yourself along the way.



It’s always easier (and more enjoyable!) when we try something new with a buddy. Enlist the support of a friend or family member and help each other to make healthier changes. Swap recipes, try out new restaurants together, or send each other home with leftovers from healthy dinners. Having a “health coach” can also help you to feel supported in your decision to eat healthier and stay on track.


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