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Be More this New Year

The start of a new year is the perfect time for a new you, to be the best you can be; to be more. For some, the turn of another year means yet more colder months, dark mornings and a serious case of the January blues. The Christmas tree comes down as the kids go back to school and the adults go back to work. But January does not need to be a month of low spirits, forgotten resolutions and winter colds; it’s the time to set new goals and reach new heights be it in your career, family life or personal ambitions.

Resolve to End Your "Life Crisis" this New Year

Almost half (44%) of the British public have either had or are going through a ‘life crisis’, a poll recently commissioned by The Open University has revealed. To help people restore their personal balance this New Year, The Open University is urging people to discover their ‘Plan P - their ‘Passion Plan’ – and Resolve to realise their unfulfilled ambitions.

The Key to Your New Year’s Resolution – Be Brave

If there is one time of year where we need to put our fears behind us it is the New Year. Whether we are Resolving to go for a new job, travel or start a new hobby, being brave is not something we’re always good at. If you want to change that this New Year, we have some great advice for you.


We all know that the New Year means making promises that despite our best intentions we will find hard to keep. With many people setting resolutions to get fitter, eat a more balanced diet or to drop a dress size, Yushoi has come up with some top tips to help you to take small steps that could have a big impact.

Don’t try to change everything

Get into Fitness this January with tips from Team Macmillan

Fitness is always near the top of the agenda in the New Year, with billions being spent on exercise and gyms experiencing a 30% uplift in the first few months of the year. But keeping those resolutions and hitting those fitness goals can be much harder than it seems. The New Year’s Resolution Show spoke to Team Macmillan coach, Phil Roberton, who gave us his advice on how to approach your fitness in the New Year.

How to Make 2017 Your Best Year Yet

The New Year is fast approaching and many people begin to wonder what the year will have in store for them. Life coach to some of the UK’s most successful people Michael Serwa explains how you can make this New Year your best yet with the correct mindset.

Don't be a Lad this New Year - Be a Modern Man

Men should forget the pub and fatty snacks this New Year, and join the new breed of super-fit men who have become increasingly prevalent. Modern man is better aware of his diet, knows which fats to avoid and is happy to pay extra for organic produce, according to a recent survey.

The laddish “men behaving badly” culture has been truly left behind, to be replaced by a man who eats at least one superfood every day, has completely deleted sugar from his diet — and has a morbid fear of developing a beer belly.

Losing Weight Is Child’s Play, According to New Research

Those resolving to lose weight in the New Year should forget running, walking and other traditional exercises and go back to the playground, according to new research.

Old school works-out like star jumps, hopscotch and skipping burn more calories and use more muscles than the nation’s favourite ways to work out. Experts claim those wanting to drop dress-sizes would be better off skipping for 15 minutes to lose 215 calories, rather than running for the same amount of time, which uses just 150 calories.

Don’t Let This New Year Become ‘Groundhog Day’

The New Year is a time when many of us will look to shake up our lives by Resolving to exercise more or eat better; but even with new challenges it is easy to undo much of the good work by falling back into a rut. A new study has found that millions of Britons are spending large chunks of their day on 'autopilot' – because they are living a 'Groundhog Day' existence.

‘Thinspiration’ is the key to losing weight

With so many resolving to lose weight in the New Year, new research seems to indicate that it is better to do it in a group than on your own, as ‘Thinspiration’ is the real key to losing weight.

The ‘biggest loser’ in weight loss groups is the greatest motivator for other members, far exceeding the impact of other metrics such as the average group weight loss, new research from the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University finds.


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