Happy New Year! You know what that means — resolutions time! And, to help make that happen, Britney Greenwood shows a fitness routine to get you in shape.
The television is inundated with them —commercial after commercial about some new magic weight loss pill, dieting system, exercise machine or fitness regimen. It’s enough to make you go bonkers, sometimes. If losing weight is so easy, why does it take normal people like you and I so long to lose it and, better yet, keep it off?
It’s a new year, which means great new and exciting things yet to come for community organizations and businesses across the state. Is your group or business in on the action? Now is the time to make sure.
It’s a new year. You know what that means — time to break out the resolutions. Many of us do it. We make a list of things we want to do or change in our personal lives, for our career and in our volunteer work. This year, I’ve got a list of new year resolutions for myself, for the newspaper and for the community at large. Here’s to a fabulous 2014 and exciting times ahead!
According to a public radio report I heard recently, the annual World Giving Index says the people of the U.S. give more to charity than any other nation in the world. That is wonderful. I don’t remember the numbers.
Our readers comment on our news and feature stories on our People of the Year story and our coverage on the gay-straight alliance issues in Lincoln County.
What kinds of new year resolutions or goals will you be making for 2014?