Embracing a fresh start
Wednesday, 31st December, 2014
It’s that time of year when people start looking to change their lives in the new year.
Ashlee Nicholas said her New Year’s resolution would be to exercise more and change her eating habits.
“I am planning to train five days a week and eat healthier meals for 12 weeks,” she said.
Ashlee said she will be using an eating plan and after 12 weeks will check for any changes.
“I am also planning on having little to no alcohol and no take-away.
“My motivation will come through fitness sites, my gym partner and eating at home.”
She said small goals were just as beneficial as big ones.
“I will check my progress at a month and then two months because 12 weeks is a long time.”
Other locals have stated their intentions on Facebook.
“My resolution is to not make a resolution then I don’t have to be disappointed in myself when I can’t keep it up. I’m aiming to be kinder and gentler to myself,” one said.
Another said “I usually don’t make New Year’s resolutions but this year mine will be to simplify and de-clutter my life, and live life to the fullest”.