For many of us, 2014 has been in full swing an entire month. But for the Chinese, the festivities have only just begun! January 31, 2014 marks the start of the Chinese New Year and kicks off two weeks of celebrating, eating and spending time with family — making it the longest-lasting (and grandest) holiday in the culture.
Whether you're re-entering the dating field, or looking to add a little sizzle to your snooze-worthy Saturday night beauty routine, we've rounded up eight resolutions for revving things up in 2014.
New Year’s Resolutions are usually forgotten a week after making them. These resolutions are often unrealistic or too far of a stretch. Often these goals make you feel worse instead of better, so you discard them to remove the weight of them off your shoulders. There is a better way to start a new year. Set intentions of experiences you would like to enjoy.
Is a night in too boring? Is going out unromantic? We asked a few of our readers are doing this year to help you and your significant other find the best way to ring in 2014.
Do you know what the New Year brings? If you don't, listen to positive affirmations in your life and take charge with this 4 step process.
Life coach Debra Smouse suggests a new way to bring in the New Year - by making goals and not resolutions. Read on to see why focusing on what's right and what you desire from the depths of your soul will help you achieve all that you wish to achieve in 2014.
Aloha Dignity Daters, and welcome to the final day of the “Meet Your Man 2013 Challenge – 3 Steps to Tell the Difference Between a Player and the Guy Who is Looking for Love!” Today’s challenge, along with The Super Me 14-Day Challenge, is going to put you exactly where you need to be to find your man in 2013. And the final step of the “Meet Your Man Challenge” is…
By Jennifer Ross for CupidsPulse.com The New Year is always that time to let go of the old and stagnate parts of your life to make room for the new and exciting ones. With all the spine-tingling sensations coming your way, now is a good time for you to start a new relationship. This does not mean that you dump your current relationship to find a new one.
Dr. Romance writes: Happy New Year, everyone! This is the time when a lot of energy is spent on making resolutions, most of which we don’t manage to keep. So, this year, especially given recent tragic events, I propose a different kind of resolution. Will you join me in resolving to create a year of peace?
Aloha Dignity Daters, and welcome to the “Meet Your Man 2013 Challenge – 3 Steps to Tell the Difference Between a Player and the Guy Who Is Looking For Love!” Woot to the Woot Woot! Here’s the deal: 2013 is the year of a new you. If you’re over falling for the same types of men and feel like your relationships in 2012 (and prior) always seem to be going nowhere fast, then the New Year is the best time to take a fresh approach! Forget “The Rules”. Say goodbye to your go-to date on a lonely Saturday night: work.
Do you wish that last year went better for you? Do you struggle sometimes to figure out exactly what you really want? What would a really great year look like? Would you feel happy, healthy, less stressed, more successful, more productive, more in touch with your intuition? Perhaps you would connect better with your loved ones or be a better parent? Is losing weight, making more money, attracting a love partner on your wish list?
With Valentine's Day a mere six weeks away, retailers and storefronts have begun the great love day marketing push. If you are ready to find a partner for a date, an event or for life, now is the time. At the start of the year, more people are open to the opportunity to meet someone as part of their New Year's resolutions or simply to start the new year off with a fresh start. Here's a few suggestions for looking for love in all the right places.
Clouded by a bad thought today? A new study shows that physically throwing away negative thoughts clears them from your head.
At this time last year, I made a very ambitious decision for 2012: I vowed not to change a thing. Seven months into motherhood, and inspired by an article that suggested readers resist the mad dash to "New Year, New You" themselves, I decided to be content with who I was. How did it work out? Keep reading.
2013 is quickly approaching. In just a few days, it will be a new year and a new opportunity to start fresh again. Part of moving forward is letting go of the past that binds and confines you. As you begin to make resolutions and set goals, commit to removing blocks and obstacles that may have kept you from finding your plus one. For the next 30 days, follow these three tips to resolve your past and welcome your future.