Lots of folks make a new year’s resolution and then quickly break it. I’ve done this over and over and if you have as well, we’re in good company. The statistics confirm that the vast majority of those who make resolutions break them in the first weeks of January.
Even if you made a resolution that you didn’t keep, it is not too late to retake 2016 by making a sustainable resolution. There are nine months left in 2016: 304 days, 7,296 hours, 437,760 minutes and 26,265,600 seconds left in which to take back some aspect of your life. That’s a lot of time to effectuate positive change and to empower others by example. It’s also a lot of time to engage in negative behaviors and suffer the consequences. However, if you are reading the Spiritual Adrenaline blog, likely you are committed to moving forward in a positive way.
We posted a list of recommended sustainable recovery resolutions at spiritualadrenaline.me. To receive the download, simply provide us with your first name and email below and we will send it to your inbox right away.
You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by giving it a try. We have one idea for each of the areas we cover at Spiritual Adrenaline: Recovery Exercise; Recovery Nutrition; Recovery Hormones, Vitamins and Minerals; Spirituality; and Smoking Cessation. Given that quitting smoking is so incredibly difficult, I have a number of suggestions so that you can find one that works best for you.
It may just be the first step in reaching a recovery goal that has eluded you in the past.
We hope you’ll go to spiritualadrenaline.me, download the guide and keep in touch to let us know how it works for you.
That’s what “Life Powered by You” is all about.