I usually like to start the New Year with a few resolutions just to make myself feel somewhat motivated — whether or not I stick to them is ambivalent but what matters is I took the first small step towards a goal.
So far I have probably broke 2 resolutions which include staying away from sweets and minimizing the yelling in the household…
the first week of the New Year is a trial, right?
Well, I figured baby steps to success has always helped me most in my endeavours and I think truly the best way to go about achieving your objectives.
This year, one of my main goals isn’t to
“lose the baby weight” or “exercise more!”, I initially wrote these two on the top of my list but then quickly crossed them off and changed them to this: Focus on my Health.
One of the best and easiest ways to attain your goal to a healthy start to a new you for this year would be to start taking a multi-vitamin.
has quickly become both mine and my husband’s (and now my parents and siblings) choice of vitamins.
They taste good, instead of forgetting to take your daily vitamin/s, in this case you have to be careful not to actually surpass the daily amount you get to chew on.
I’ve always been bad with remembering to take my vitamins each day but have never had this issue since introducing these gummies into my life.
Try them today and let me know what you think!
You can find them at most major grocery stores and pharmacies in the vitamin aisle.
If you’re a busy mom like me, sometimes my quick food choices in between mount washmore of laundry, getting baby to nap while making sure my four year old learns her lower case a,b,c’s for the day can be more bad than good for my health. That’s not an excuse.
On top of a multi-vitamin, I am now stocking up on fresher and frozen food items that I can quickly whip up into a filling and healthy meal alternative.
Check out this easy recipe for a delicious Simply Strawberry Green Smoothie that I found on Pinterest (via excellent-eats.com).
Ingredients: 2 cups frozen strawberries, 1/2 frozen banana, 2 tablespoons flaxseeds, 3 cups fresh organic baby spinach, 1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
Small steps to success! That’s the key.
Here’s to a happy and healthy 2013!