This is a year for change for many of us. The economy is beginning to turn and people are spending again and that always feels good. The turn of the year marks change for many of us setting new goals and revisiting old ones. According to USA.gov, drink less alcohol, eat healthy food, get a better education and get a bette job are among the highest rated resolutions. I have complied some of my favorite posts from 2011 to help you reach your goals on step at a time. Remember, change takes time and is more successful when achieved in increments.
Pantry Clean Out: This post provides guidelines to cleaning out your pantry and avoiding pre-made foods by providing recipes for commonly used items.
Keys To Weight Loss Success: Let’s be truthful. Diets don’t work. Find out how to achieve your goals successfully by living an 80/20 lifestyle.
You Are What You Eat: If You Can’t Read It, Don’t Eat It: Find information on commonly used ingredients in most pre-packaged foods that should be avoided for better health.
Is Yogurt The New Coca Cola? Alarming Sugar Levels in “Health” Foods : This post brings to light the alarming sugar levels in commonly consumed “health” foods. Don’t fall victim to marketing. Learn the facts.
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What Your Appearance Says About You: Get tips on how to improve your appearance to give you the edge that you deserve in an interview or on the job.
Resume Tips From Google: Rewrite your resume for success with these tips from tech powerhouse, Google.
Build Your Social and Professional Networks To Get The Job You Want:. Learn how to improve your circles to help find the networks that you need to get the job that you want.
Dress For Success: What To Wear When Interviewng: First Impressions are everything. Discover easy tips to make the best impression when interviewing or going for a promotion.
Brand Management: Making Yourself More Marketable: Find ways to make yourself more marketable to potential or current employers.
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