2011 is now upon us, and this is the time when many people think about setting resolutions for the New Year.
Making time for some regular exercise is something that should be a part of anyone’s overall health and fitness plan. But, many people find it difficult to stay on track with their program, once the initial enthusiasm of the New Year has faded.
So, how can you stay on track in 2011? Click to read more…
We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year’s Day.
~ Edith Lovejoy Pierce
I find it hard to believe it’s the end of another year. 2010 seemed to go past in a flash for me. And so, it’s that time of year again when many of us dream about being a better version of ourselves.
But, if you’ve set New Years Resolutions in the past, you’ll be familiar with how those good intentions can begin to flag by the time you get to February, or maybe even sooner. Click to read more…
If it’s extremely cold where you live, as it is here in Northern Ireland, going outside may be the last thing on your mind.
Perhaps you’re sick of scraping ice from your windshields, and dread driving the shortest distance in your car.
These things are certainly annoying. But, think back to your childhood, chances are you didn’t always associate winter with being miserable.
This is Boreas
The opportunity of a “snow day” was your idea of the perfect Christmas!
At the weekend, Armen and I attempted to reclaim some of that enthusiasm for the freezing cold, as we built our first family snowman together.
Meet Boreas everyone. Isn’t he grand?
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