How do your New Year’s Resolutions look like? Have you checked your goals for this year? Are you on the right path, are you closer to reaching them? If not, this article might help you regain some control over your goals for 2018. Or if you didn’t even set any goal this year – because you did it in the past, then you didn’t accomplish them, so you have quitted. Find below a suggestion on how to reset your goals now.
Are you trying to lose weight? Do you wish you knew you to have a healthy diet every single day? Would you like to have someone advising you about nutrition? NutritIO can do all of that for you and so much more. Start eating healthy and improve your lifestyle with this innovative nutrition app. (more…)
You might have set some resolutions for the New Year, at least once. It is some sort of cultural habit in modern times. But sometimes those resolutions fail. Studies have showed that Generation X (aged 35-54) find it more difficult to achieve their New Years’ Resolution than any other age group. And they are more likely to have broken their goals within the first three months than other age groups. Why? And how to avoid this trap of setting resolutions and staying there?
It doesn’t matter if you are a man or woman. The one thing that we all are worried about is getting older and our skin showing it. There isn’t really anything that we can do about the aging process, but there are a couple of things that we can do to slow down the process of aging and to ensure that our skin is looking younger for longer. But, in order for you to be able to do these things, you need to know as many tips to ensure a younger skin for longer. These are some of the most essential and effective ways to anti-aging: (more…)
Despite the fact that aging is globally perceived as an inevitable doom, there is still a lot of false information and rumors surrounding the topic. In fact, some statements have become so popular that they are now aging myths that are from the truth.
Aging is not about growing old and meeting your final destination. Instead, it is a sign of longevity, a proof of wisdom and a source of inspiration for younger generations. After all, you need to live long enough to achieve elderly.