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San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 21, 2012
WhoHasTheRemote.com encourages readers to embrace the festivities and family games that mark the month of December. At the same time, the site urges people to keep health and frugality in practical consideration throughout the year. To that end, readers are discouraged from over-drinking or overspending during the holidays, or setting impossible goals on New Year's.
It has often been said that most people break their New Year's resolutions within the first three-to-five days of January. In many cases, the problems lie in the unrealistic goals that most people set for themselves. To avoid such disappointments once 2013 kicks in,
Brett Blumenthal's advises people to make small, week-by-week resolutions throughout the coming year.
Weight loss, for instance, can be a tough thing to achieve for people who make abrupt, radical adjustments in food consumptions. Diets are one of the most common goals behind New Years resolutions, yet few succeed, let alone last into February. For people that struggle with unhealthy eating habits, the best advice is to make slow, gradual adjustments towards a healthier way of life.
Most people love sweets, but some people get more carried away than others when it comes to sugary foods. While there is nothing to be ashamed about for liking desserts, moderation is always the best policy. By the same token, it is highly unlikely for a junk food loving, dish network watching couch potato to instantly switch to a life of pure health and exercise. By eating a little less junk and a few more healthy items on a week-by-week, month-by-month basis, one could accomplish some major health goals by the end of next year.
WhoHasTheRemote.com encourages everyone to live the holidays to their fullest. When New Years rolls around, however, it is best to make realistic, long-term resolutions, and proceed with plans for achieving them by the end of next year.
WhoHasTheRemote.com is loaded with ideas on everything from weekend games to holiday snacks. Whether a reader is looking to entertain guests or find new ways for engaging the little ones, numerous ideas can be found at the site.
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