Happy New Year

I feel like this is the first year I’ve actually paid attention to meaning of “Happy-New-Year”. Even though it’s just another group of days, organized into 30 or 31 days that equal months, and twelve of those months equal a year, it does some how give you the feeling that you can make a change.

I’ve never felt like I needed to make resolutions. This is impart to most people not being able to keep them, or making unrealistic resolutions. When I was a little girl, my resolution was always to stop biting my nails. I always failed a couple of weeks in. I still bite my nails occasionally but at least I have the long nails I always dreamed of. It turns out it’s not all it’s cracked up to be. It’s actually kind of gross because things can get trapped under your nails!

I feel very hopeful about this year, not that I want to make a lot of changes, just that there will be change, and I’m willing to accept it with excitement. I hope to be healthier than ever this year, make smart decisions and live a happy and fulfilling life. and learn a lot of new things, and share them.

I know a lot/most people make some type of health resolution at the beginning of the year. Gym memberships start flying off the shelves at this time. If I can give any advise in regards to exercise, it would be to do something that’s not a hassle to do. Driving to a gym, for me, just got to be more of a hassle than was it was worth.

The method I found that has really been working out for me is rebounding. I feel amazing, it’s convenient, it’s effective and easy. I have toned up so well, in hard to work places and it makes me feel so energized. I used to spend an hour, at least at the gym, running, using the elliptical and also doing weight training, with little to no results. I don’t mean to sound like an infomercial, but rebounding really is the best form of exercise I have found with more results than I could even imagine! It’s a total health booster.

To find out more information on them, check out the masters of rebounding, Bellicon. It really is like bouncing on a cloud!

Happy New Year to you and your families. I hope that this will be your happiest, healthiest year yet.

2 Comments to “Happy New Year”

  1. Love your blog! I don’t know how I just came upon it, but I”m so glad I did. You’re added to my reader already! I just got a rebounder last month and am obsessed. I got one by Needak, and love it. I bet the bungees would be nice though, since there wouldn’t be any creaking. Perhaps someday I will buy another 🙂 Glad to hear it is working so well for you, I look forward to hopefully seeing similar toned results! I built up my use of it slowly, since I am recovering from Chronic Lyme and have to be careful about exercise, and the rebounder is the only thing I’m able to do exercise-wise that doesn’t leave me exhausted – quite the opposite, actually. Yay!

    I look forward to reading your blog. you might like mine too! http://www.affairsofliving.com – all GF, allergy-friendly, whole foods, mindful living stuff

  2. Thanks for visiting Kim! I hope you love the rebounding! It’s so great to get rid of that stale feeling and it’s so efficient. Thanks for the kind comments.

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