New Year, New You; 10 Ways to Keep Those Resolutions!

December 30, 2014

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Get out the lined paper and begin writing those New Year’s resolutions because the New Year is just around the corner! How do you stick with those new resolutions? How to do you become the best you this coming year? Here are 10 ways to make sure you stick to those New Year’s resolutions. 1. Set short term goals. Keeping a goal to weeks or months may help you continue the healthy habit. Like saving money for a week or running once a week for a month. 2. Don’t give up so easily. If your goal isn’t reached during the time you wanted, don’t give up. Here are 8 more tips to keeping to those goals.

Try new things! Make a bucket list of things that you are dying to try or want to conquer. Trying new things is an exciting way to receive a different outlook on life. 

If fitness is what you are looking to get into this year, you don’t need to look any further than the UNH campus. January 12-16, Employee Get Fit Week will be at Hamel Rec Center. UNH employees can use the facility for free all week to try out classes, use the racquetball, track or basketball courts. During February, join other employees during the Healthy UNH Outdoors. Snowshoeing and cross country skiing outings are being offered along with equipment and lessons. If you enjoyed the Wildcat Workout Project or were hoping to try it for the first time, this group class will be continuing another semester. And don’t forget the Swasey pool! It is available for employees who are looking for a different workout. Learn the benefits of swimming and the Swasey pool here

Looking for ideas to improve your overall well-being? See what others on campus are doing with the “I am Healthy UNH” profiles. Find healthy recipes and other ideas on the Healthy UNH Pinterest site. The Wellness Resources database is another great tool to help you locate health and wellness resources available to the UNH population. 

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