Does your marriage feel ho-hum? As you ring in the new year, take a tip from this relationship expert: vow to do simple, easy actions that will show your partner how much you love and appreciate him or her. Your relationship will seem as fresh and exciting as when you were first dating!
NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS
Personal development coach David Elliott offers singles a new perspective on the holidays. With tips ranging from finding inner happiness to helping others, Elliott provides the tips singles need to know if they want to be happy for the holidays.
With the change of the season and the beginning of a new quarter, now is a good time to take a look at all those “New Year’s Resolutions”; what have you done towards accomplishing them? Did you forget about them? Are you tired of starting a task but not finishing it, or feeling stuck and unhappy? It is time to wake up and bloom during this spring. Spring is typically a season most people think that rebirth and renewal happens. Yes that means it is time to get up off your butt and start to put energy and time behind your heart’s desire
Okay, in Part One and Part Two of the “New Year, New You, New Life, New Love” series we talked about how to become the awesome person you want to be and how to think differently to get the results you want. Now it’s time for me to reveal the final step: My secret formula for an incredible New Year, one in which you have the power to create the abundant, joy and love-filled life you deserve. And now, my magic formula for an incredible year is… INTENTION + ATTENTION = ACTION
With temperatures dropping across the country, it can be easy to want to stay indoors and escape the cold weather. Unless you are ordering take-out and the delivery man is a good looking single, the chances of meeting a special someone are limited. If you would rather have a Snuggie than a snuggle, use this time to try online dating. If you are already a member of one site, revamp your profile and update your information. By going online, you can search for singles without ever having to get out of your footed pajamas.
Interracial dating in 2013. Hospital rooms built for conception. The grand first date database. Babies don't ruin all marriages. He was just having sex, not kidnapped. A $150 million dowry in China. 11 New Year's resolutions your dude wanted you to make.
New Years Resolutions – How often do we as individuals make these so-called ‘New Years Resolutions' and actually commit to them before the end of the month of January? Do you fit the description of such an individual? In some sort of way, we all fit that description. What are your resolutions for 2013?
Stagnation, complacency and lack of motivation are just a few of the career sticking points that can happen to any professional. Whether you have been in your position for 5 years or six months, those thoughts of, "I feel so stuck," or "I hate my job" can creep in and cause damage to an otherwise positive career path. The employment landscape is changing so fast in all industries and you can keep up if you embrace change. Change 1: Reframe obstacles as skill set development opportunities
Are you single and hoping to find love in 2013? Here are my five hot resolutions that will help you find love faster this year. Give it your best – after all, what have you got to lose? It’s the gain that is so exciting – attracting love into your life.
I started out writing a list of New Year's Resolutions to recommend for this post – a collection of a few that I had made myself over the years. As I reviewed the list I started crossing some off, and then I started combining the similar ones. I soon realized it really all came down to one single, simple resolution. Just one simple goal to strive for this coming year (which is so much easier because it’s hard enough to keep just one resolution!). In 2013, this will become our mantra: Refuse to Settle for Anything Less Than You Deserve. &
Found this scary stat, almost half of the American’s make a New Year’s resolution but only 8% are successful in achieving it! Also every year the most popular resolutions are: staying fit, work-life balance and personal enrichment. All these are perfectly great resolutions to increase one’s quality of life. So where is the problem? Why the success rate is so low and what can you do to beat that?
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.
As we leave 2012 behind, and begin 2013, it helps to set our intentions for the upcoming year, while taking the time to reflect on where we have been. The following 4 steps provide us with a guide to developing a mental blueprint for achieving these intentions and thriving in 2013.
Happy New Year! Have you made your New Years Resolutions yet? Most of us at least consider doing so. Here are 7 steps you can take to make real and meaningful change in the new year: 1. Don’t make grandiose New Years resolutions. There is nothing like failure to discourage you and lead you to sabotage your effort to change. Don’t say you are going to loose 10 pounds a month. Don’t say you are going to go to the gym 7 days a week if you know you have a very busy life and that’s not likely to happen.