2009 is only two days away and I am thinking about New Years Resolutions. Listed below are the most popular Resolutions according to USA.gov. Next to each resolution is a website to help you accomplish your goal.
1. Losing Weight – Over at LifeHacker.com they have an article on How Eating Slowly Will Help You Lose Weight. Adding this to a regular exercise routine will get you on your way to your ideal weight in no time.
2. Saving Money – The Dough Roller has 75 Painless Money-Saving Tips.
3. Get a Better Job – Monster is the leading global online careers property that has changed the way people look for jobs; the way employers look for people; and the way companies connect with their target audience. It wont be hard to find the perfect job for you with the help of Monster.
4. Get Fit – Staying Fit and Changing Your Lifestyle, an article from Suite 101 has 5 easy steps to keeping yourself fit and feeling great.
5. Eat Right – Eating right can help with a number of illnesses and diseases. At everydaychoices.org they help you see that one of the most important things you can do to protect yourself from diseases/illnesses is to eat a healthy diet, whether or not you have a family history of cancer, diabetes, heart disease or stroke, what you eat – and how much you eat – can help reduce your risk.
6. Get a Better Education – According to a Harvard study, better-educated people are enjoying longer lifespans while those with high school diplomas or less are falling further behind. Check out the article from Boston.com.
7. Drink Less – Check out this advice from mydr.com on How to Drink Less Alcohol.
8. Quit Smoking – Smokefree.gov allows you to choose the help that best fits your needs. Different people need different resources as they try to quit. Check them out and find the solution for you.
9. Reduce Stress Level – Stress Relievers: 25 Ways to Reduce Stress.
10. Reduce Stress at Work – How to Help Reduce Stress at Work.
11. Volunteer to Help Others – VolunteerMatch strengthens communities by making it easier for good people and good causes to connect. The organization offers a variety of online services to support a community of nonprofit, volunteer and business leaders committed to civic engagement.