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    AN ONLYFANS model says she has been left struggling to feed her pets after her subscriptions plummeted in the New Year. Adult star Savannah Solo begged fans to forget about their "no porn" resolutions as it has drastically dried up her online income. 3OnlyFans star Savannah Solo begged subscribers to ditch their New Year's resolutionsCredit: Twitter 3She told her followers she relies on her steady income from the site to feed her petsCredit: Twitter She made the public plea in a bid to kickstart cash flow for her content so she can purchase food and treats for her pet cat and dog. Another OnlyFans model echoed Savannah's sentiment, revealing she has several different species to care for with her pay packet. Temptress Savannah wrote in a tweet to her 400,000 followers: "Hey can y’all ditch your “no porn” New Years Resolutions already??? "Or do y’all really feel like you need to wait until Valentine’s Day??? Cuz I got nudes to share and 4 cats to feed". Fellow X-rated content creator Ethereal chimed in and told how her shortage...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- You may have good intentions when making resolutions, yet experts say they rarely last more than a month. But with the omicron variant spreading like wildfire, a local doctor is encouraging everyone not to quit.That's because some of those healthy habits could actually boost your immunity. During the COVID-19 pandemic, small business owner Jonathan VanBusKirk says he worried a lot."The pressures that come from just the economic hits that we've had, because of the lockdown," said Van Bus Kirk.The Tarzana resident runs a pool cleaning company so he's always on the go."I had kind of gotten away from focusing on eating right, just picking things up wherever I am. Kind of slacked off from my workout routine " he said.An American Psychological Association survey found that since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, 42 percent of people reported gaining an average of 29 pounds. And experts say that's a change that comes with a higher vulnerability to serious coronavirus illness."The health and diet and exercise really helps us with boosting our immune system through general health,"...
    (CNN)Sleep longer. Eat healthier. Exercise more.Becoming a "better" version of yourself can quickly turn into a nearly endless list of tasks, leaving you overwhelmed.We often decide to try and tackle multiple habits but end up unable to master any of them from the sheer effort it takes to do them.If you're failing your New Year's resolutions almost as soon as you've started them, don't be hard on yourself. About 64% of people give up on their New Year's resolutions by the end of January, according to a 2021 study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Luckily, science tells us that in order to achieve more, we should actually do less.Read MoreIt seems counterintuitive, but it's easier to work on one or two habits rather than striving to improve all aspects of yourself at once. At least according to Caroline Leaf, a communication pathologist and cognitive neuroscientist based in Dallas.Changes in thinking and behavior take about two months to build, she said. When you divide up a year, that is five to six goals you can...
    One of the most important things you can do in 2022 is to create eco-friendly New Year’s resolutions to help the planet. This is more important than it ever has been before. With the current climate crisis, extreme weather events, and animals going extinct, there has never been a more urgent time to change. Here are a few New Year’s resolutions that you can adopt to help make your environmental footprint a little bit smaller.  1. Start Recycling Recycling is a complete no-brainer, when it comes to doing your part to help save the environment. Not only is it incredibly easy, but it is also vital to help save the planet. Many places in the US even offer recycling as an option attached to your other garbage services, making it a free option that should be taken advantage of. Just the small effort of recycling can make a huge difference as it at least helps some kinds of garbage to be reused and recreated into something else. This can significantly reduce your environmental impact by lessening how...
    Something miraculous happens to gardeners at this time of year. I don’t know what triggers it. Perhaps it was the sight of Christmas trees and lights, or the presence of all those poinsettias. Whatever the cause, by January, gardeners have let go of last year’s gardens and start to dream about this year’s effort. Just a short while ago, we were doing all manner of fall gardening and yard care. At the end of the season, gardening can seem more like a chore than an enjoyable hobby. We harvest vegetables, fret about mowing the lawn, deal with leaves, clean perennial beds and have to plant garlic before the frost. Now, however, the memory slate has been cleaned. Somehow we’ve forgotten all the hard work last year’s gardens entailed. Refreshed, we find ourselves spending an afternoon browsing the internet looking for this year’s seeds or thumbing through an actual, hard-copy, seed catalog planning this year’s gardens. Last year’s blisters, failures and misfortunes have been replaced by enthusiasm, and an optimism we may have lost as last year’s efforts dragged on. So,...
    (CNN)Refreshed. Renewed. Ready for 2022. NOT.In past years, returning from the holidays came replete with new energy to start the year. There were resolutions (be more active!) and lofty goals (write the book!) and restored energy to commit to them.Staring down the barrel of 2022, though, the thought of conjuring energy to resolve to live a healthier lifestyle or some new habit or goal this new year is simply too exhausting, laughable even. It is enough to put pants on each morning. To brush teeth. To make sure the kid is watered and the plant is bathed. Or vice versa. It's easy to forget. It's all a blur after nearly two years of pandemic purgatory. 5 science-based strategies for nailing your New Years resolutionsIndeed, many are facing increased stress and depression since Covid entered the scene, according to multiple studies, including a September 2020 survey in the Journal of the American Medical Association, which found a three-fold increase in depression during the pandemic than before. Read MoreResolutions feel like a great idea for well-rested and optimistic people. Even just...
    Whether you overindulged at dinner, skipped your workout or hit snooze on your alarm (again), don't let one flub derail your New Year’s resolution progress.  It's also worth noting that you’re not alone.  "While goals are motivating to some, they also may paralyze others who feel overwhelmed by the resolution,"  Sabrina Romanoff, a clinical psychologist and professor at Yeshiva University in New York, tells Fox News. "Instead of motivating the person to achieve the goal, it may cause them to feel stuck in achieving them if too improbable." If you've fallen off-track and would like to recommit, here are expert tips on how you can still achieve your New Year’s resolutions. EAT THESE FOODS TO LIVE A LONG LIFE, EXPERTS SAY 1. Anticipate the obstacles while setting goals.A little planning can make a big difference, so if you’re having a hard time with your resolutions, carve out some time to write down new ones and map out any hurdles that you could see impeding your progress.   "Make sure you consider the things that could get in the way of accomplishing...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- The new year means New Year's resolutions.But, of course, the COVID pandemic is still a major issue.So how can you set reasonable resolutions?Dr. Mark Loafman is chair of family and community medicine for Cook County Health, and he joined ABC7 Chicago Monday to talk about setting goals.RELATED: Instead of resolution for New Year's 2021, pick a theme, lifestyle expert saysLoafman said it starts with realistic resolutions - start small with an achievable goal and escalate over time.He said despite the seemingly never-ending pandemic, there is a lot to celebrate because so much progress has been made.Even if you can't go to the gym, Loafman said, find some small ways to be active, eat well and get sleep.
    (CNN)New Year's resolutions aren't just for adults anymore. A new year can bring new excitement and opportunities to grow for kids, too. They can learn to focus on healthy habits and new goals just like adults. New Year's resolutions can be a beneficial way for kids to get motivated, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. The group recommends parents and guardians sit down with kids to pick a few things to work toward in 2022. CNN spoke to experts and asked parents across the globe to share their kids' resolutions to give your family some ideas to get started. Parents: Heres when to shower your child with praise"As a pediatrician and mom of three kids, I know how important it is to set healthy goals with kids -- and to be realistic about those goals," said Dr. Lanre Falusi, a Washington, D.C., pediatrician in an American Academy of Pediatrics statement. Read More"Kids also love having something to work toward and to have fun keeping track on sticker charts or getting praise or rewards as they reach these goals, depending...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Happy New Year, everyone. Now that it’s 2022, many of you are setting resolutions like getting back to the gym. Here are some of the best ways to make and maintain your goals this year. READ MORE: Two Men Killed, 16-Year-Old Boy Wounded In Baltimore New Year's Day ShootingHealth, fitness, getting into a routine. Sound familiar? These are some of the most common New Year’s resolutions year after year. READ MORE: Prince George's Police Seek Elderly Man Missing Since Tuesday“It all starts up here,” said Troy Robinson, sharing his New Year’s resolution. Robinson is at Planet Fitness seven days a week. He made this commitment to himself after losing his grandmother and his father two years apart. “As I worked on my physical health, I also started working on my mental health,” he said. His resolution is inspired by his family. “So, every day and every pound I lose, I feel like I’m prolonging my life and if I’m prolonging my life my children are going to have me longer,” Robinson said. Quintin Dailey, a fitness training...
    HAPPY New Year to ­readers everywhere. I hope you’ve had a wonderful week and that the positive news about the hospitalisation rates of the Omicron virus is helping to keep the January blues at bay. 6Karren believes that Raheem Sterling and the rest of the England team have a great chance of bringing football home during this year’s event in Qatar in NovemberCredit: PA 6Hearing that people with Omicron have a 30 to 70 per cent lower chance of ending up in hospital has allowed for more hope about 2022, says Karren BradyCredit: Getty - Contributor I fear the post-Christmas comedown that can land after we leave the cosy festive bubble as much as the next person. But personally, hearing that people with Omicron have a 30 to 70 per cent lower chance of ending up in hospital has left me feeling very hopeful about 2022. I don’t do New Year’s resolutions because I know they are a waste of time. Well, of course, I wish for health and happiness for my family and kids. And when I was younger...
    KOURTNEY Kardashian, Kailyn Lowry, Tori Spelling, Joy-Anna Duggar and more stars have revealed their New Year’s resolutions for 2022. Take a look at the goals of some stars for the upcoming year. 16Stars including Kourtney shared their New Year's resolutionsCredit: Instagram/kourtneykardashian 16Kailyn also shared her accomplishments from 2021Credit: Instagram/Kailyn Lowry 'SUSTAINABILITY' Kourtney, 42, revealed her goal for 2022 in an Instagram post for her lifestyle brand Poosh. Alongside a photo of a kitchen, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star wrote: "Make sustainability one of your 2022 resolutions with a few of our top recycling tips. "We're sharing how to do your part at the link in our bio." While Kourtney didn't mention wedding planning as a focus for the New Year, the TV personality will likely be putting a lot of effort into her upcoming nuptials with fiance Travis Barker, 46. 16Kourtney's Poosh brand shared her New Year's resolutionCredit: Instagram 16The account encouraged others to focus on sustainabilityCredit: Instagram 16The reality star is also planning her wedding to TravisCredit: Instagram @kourtneykardash NEW TRADITIONS Teen Mom 2 star...
    MilosStankovic | E+ | Getty Images People have the best of intentions. At the start of a new year, millions make resolutions — goals they want to reach throughout the upcoming months. Getting a handle on money issues is usually near the top of many such lists. The most financial popular goals are paying down debt, saving for emergencies, budgeting better and saving more for retirement, a Bankrate poll found. The problem is that most people fail to keep their New Year's resolutions. "It is so easy to get off track," said financial expert Steve Siebold, author of "How Money Works." "Everyone wants to make more money, save more money, invest more," he added. "But when it comes down to it, we tend to react emotionally instead of logically and that is the downfall." There is some good news, however. Those who made resolutions at the start of 2021 are more optimistic about the future than those who didn't, a survey from Fidelity Investments found. Eighty-one percent of respondents who made resolutions said they will be better off financially in...
    WITH EACH new year comes new resolutions for many, but oftentimes people find themselves struggling to keep up with them. While data shows that many people will not accomplish their New Year goals, experts have weighed in to show how fulfilling resolutions can be achievable. 3People traditionally set New Year's resolutions to achieve in the coming yearCredit: Getty 3Experts have revealed why resolutions can be so stressful and how to achieve themCredit: Getty “People like to create a fresh start for themselves and believe that the best time to do so is when a new year begins – new year, new and fresh start,” Jennifer Kelman, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and expert for JustAnswer.com, told The Sun. “Most know that doing so may bring inherent stress, but often feel like they can handle the stress if they just stick to the resolution.” According to YouGov America, 39% of Americans plan to or are thinking about making a New Year’s resolution for 2022. Unfortunately, a report from UAB Medicine Marketing revealed that less than eight percent of resolutions are ever actually...
    PARENTING expert Kirsty Ketley has revealed the best New Year’s resolutions to make this year which will make life with the kids WAY easier. Kirsty's methods include dropping certain words to ensuring your children keep active and don't become lazy. 2Kirsty is sharing her advice with parents.Credit: Supplied Below, Kirsty discusses her recommendation to ensure your family live a happy and healthy lifestyle in 2022. "Parenting is hard out of a pandemic but parenting in a pandemic is REALLY hard, and at times it has certainly put our parenting prowess to the test. While the new year is a good time to reflect and look back at the moments that we have cherished, it is also a good time to look back at the moments that we might have regretted. These don’t need to be dwelled upon – mistakes are the gateway to change and success after all but making resolutions can be a great opportunity to move past those parenting moments that were perhaps not our finest and focus on how to create more positive ones. Not...
    (CNN)It's that time of year again. Champagne bottles have been popped, balls have dropped, and now your friends, family and colleagues are starting to ask, "What's your New Year's resolution?" Some people love the tradition of setting a goal each January 1. Others argue it's a waste of time since most resolutions fail by mid-March. But there is actually a logic to jumping on the New Year's resolution bandwagon despite the grim numbers. My collaborators and I have shown that on new beginnings — dates like New Year's, your birthday and even Mondays — you're extra motivated to tackle your goals because you feel like you can turn the page on past failures. Maybe you meant to quit smoking, get fit or start going to bed at a reasonable hour last year and didn't. A fresh start like New Year's lets you relegate those missteps to a past chapter and tell yourself "that was the old me, but the new me will be different." The holidays can be overwhelming. Follow these self-care tips to relieve stressIt might sound delusional,...
    DEAR READERS: Welcome to 2022! A new year has arrived, and we leave the last one behind. As always, this new year brings with it our hopes for a new beginning. Jeanne Phillips  Today presents an opportunity to discard destructive old habits for healthy new ones, and with that in mind, I will share Dear Abby’s often-requested list of New Year’s resolutions — which were adapted by my late mother, Pauline Phillips, from the original credo of Al-Anon: JUST FOR TODAY: I will live through this day only. I will not brood about yesterday or obsess about tomorrow. I will not set far-reaching goals or try to overcome all of my problems at once. I know that I can do something for 24 hours that would overwhelm me if I had to keep it up for a lifetime. Related Articles Dear Abby: I can’t get past her nasty comment about my pregnancy Dear Abby: We had the same childhood, so why is she scarred? Dear Abby: My religious son-in-law sends me inappropriate texts ...
    From Dana Perino to Sean Hannity, Fox News personalities issued their New Year's resolutions as 2021 comes to a close.  Each Fox personality gave their own New Year's greeting to viewers. Jesse Watters: "Happy New Year's to you. Let's raise our glasses. This is a Watters World mug, and toast to one crazy year, 2021. Thank God it's over!"  Greg Gutfeld: "Hi, I'm Brian Kilmeade, and I am wishing you a Happy New Year! Yes, I've suddenly gotten way better looking!" Sean Hannity: "Happy New Year's Eve. So what can we expect for 2022? How about the greatest political comeback and beatdown of Joe Biden, his horrific policies, ever? That'd be an awesome 2022. How about we all resolve to say bye-bye to Nancy, bye-bye to Chuck and get back the House and the Senate, and then set up a Republican victory for 2024? That's my only wish. I only ask a little thing. That's all I want. Anyway, Happy New Year!" Dana Perino: "A very Happy New Year from me and Percy to all of you. Here's my New...
    AT LAST, my friends, we can say goodbye and good riddance to 2021 – and 2020 for that matter. For billions of fit and healthy people it’s been like World War Three without shellfire. 4Trevor Kavanagh morphs into PM Boris Johnson 4Trevor Kavanagh wants the PM to make sure lockdown will never happen again Covid was a tragedy for those who died and a terrifying near-miss for those, like me, who came close to meeting the Grim Reaper. It was as if, for two painful years, the levers of government were snatched away and handed to unelected forces, random events and panicked responses. Lockdown was a hammer blow to prosperity, social cohesion, the home-alone elderly and sad, school-less children. The toll in physical and mental health will take years to fix. So, folks, having learned from bitter experience, I will put my New Year resolutions in writing and send them up the chimney to Santa. Whoops! That was last week, wasn’t it? ONE: Scout’s honour, I promise lockdown will never happen again. We will shred emergency laws which allow clod-hopping...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – As we look forward to 2022, some may be plotting New Year’s resolutions. Or maybe not? READ MORE: Iconic Actress, Comedian Betty White Dies At 99CBS2’s Nick Caloway went to find out what people are giving up after the countdown. Perhaps it’s the pandemic, or maybe just managing expectations, but after two years of down times, resolutions are not top of mind. “No, haven’t thought about it. Just try to stay fit and be safe, honestly,” said Pam Ferrari of North Arlington, N.J. Caloway heard that a lot as shoppers browsed the greenmarket at Union Square Park. According to a CBS News poll, just 29% of Americans say they’ll be making a New Year’s resolution this year. That’s down from 43% a year ago. Still, plenty of people Caloway found like to set goals for the new year. “Trying to lose some weight. A little bit, not much,” said East Harlem resident William Rosario. There’s the usual: Eat right, exercise more. And there’s the more nostalgic. “Reaching out to more people in the New Year, more friends...
    Less than half of Americans are making New Year’s resolutions, a Rasmussen Reports survey released Thursday found. The survey asked, “Will you make any New Year’s resolutions this year?” Less than half, 44 percent, said “yes,” they will, but 43 percent also said they do not plan to do so. Of all three political groups — Republicans, Democrats, and independents —Democrats are the most likely to make resolutions, as 53 percent say they will.  44% will make New Years resolutions this year, up from 39% in Dec 2017https://t.co/c93Ph3nUJU#NewYear2022#BreakingPoll pic.twitter.com/JCeXb9oMxR — Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) December 30, 2021 Among those who said they plan to make resolutions, the overwhelming majority, 91 percent, remain relatively confident they will keep their resolutions: Younger Americans are more likely than their elders to be making resolutions for 2022. Sixty-four percent (64%) of those under 40 say they’ll make New Year’s resolutions, compared to just 33% of Americans ages 40-64 and 26% of those 65 and older. However, just 43% of those under 40 say it’s Very Likely they’ll keep their resolutions, compared to 51% of Americans 40-64...
    New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick has, once again, been pressed on his New Year’s resolutions. Following a very tough loss to the Buffalo Bills last weekend, Juliet Pennington went mega-viral after she asked Belichick if he had any New Year’s resolutions he’d like to share. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Naturally, he said no and did not seem very happy! How do you ask this question with a straightface when the #Patriots just lost a huge divisional game? pic.twitter.com/FirdQr18HU — Will D. (@WAD1980) December 26, 2021 Well, Pennington is back on the case and asked the same question Friday to the six-time Super Bowl champion with the Pats! This time, Belichick made it clear he’s not going to answer and said that information is private. Watch his epic reaction below. Bill Belichick says his New Years resolutions are personal. “They wouldn’t mean anything to you.” pic.twitter.com/rulbMzeAlZ — Mark Daniels (@MarkDanielsPJ) December 31, 2021 What is this woman’s deal? Seriously, why does she think this is a question that needs to...
    by Mark Canada, Indiana University Kokomo and Christina Downey, Indiana University If you’ve made a New Year’s resolution, your plot for self-improvement probably kicks into gear sometime on Jan. 1, when the hangover wears off and the quest for the “new you” begins in earnest. But if research on habit change is any indication, only about half of New Year’s resolutions are likely to make it out of January, much less last a lifetime. As experts in positive psychology and literature, we recommend an unconventional but more promising approach. We call it the “old year’s resolution.” It combines insights from psychologists and America’s first self-improvement guru, Benjamin Franklin, who pioneered a habit-change model that was way ahead of its time. With the “old year” approach, perhaps you can sidestep the inevitable challenges that come with traditional New Year’s resolutions and achieve lasting, positive changes.A period to practice – and failResearch has highlighted two potential pitfalls with New Year’s resolutions. First, if you lack the confidence to invest in a full-fledged effort, failure to achieve the goal...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Sunday marked a historic — and historically uncomfortable — moment in Patriots press conference lore, when Bill Belichick was asked a lighthearted question about his new year’s resolutions just minutes after his team lost a rather significant game to fall out of first place in the division. The exchange was quick, with Belichick saying no to the question before adding, “Maybe next week.” So on Friday, the same reporter joined Belichick’s press conference (via Zoom) to ask if Belichick had any updates to share with the people. “It’s New Year’s Eve Day,” the reporter began the question. “Have you had a chance to consider any New Year’s resolutions since I asked you on Sunday?” Belichick once again politely declined to answer. “Yeah, they would all be personal, so they probably wouldn’t mean anything to you anyway,” Belichick said. “Thank you.” Bill Belichick still delivering stiff-arms on questions about his New Year’s resolutions. pic.twitter.com/R8wlHgk2fe — Michael Hurley (@michaelFhurley) December 31, 2021 The first task on Belichick’s to-do list in 2022 will be to beat the Jaguars on...
    YUMA, Ariz. – Americans who spoke with Fox News seemed to be fed up with New Year’s resolutions. "I don’t like doing the resolutions because they never seem to work out," Chad told Fox News. Chad speaks to Fox News about New Year's resolutions. "No, I don’t believe in that," Gretchen, of Kansas, said. Don, from Washington state, is keeping it simple in 2022: "Just stay on this side of the Earth." SHOULD AMERICANS CANCEL NEW YEAR'S EVE PLANS? FAUCI SAYS IT DEPENDS Don from Washington  speaks to Fox News (Matt Leach/Fox Digital) Emmanuel, owner of Black Filigree Tattoo shop in Yuma, Arizona, has more ambitious plans. Emmanuel speaks to Fox News about New Year's resolutions. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP "We’re actually opening another shop across the street," Emmanuel said. "I’m hoping to get that done within the first two months of the next year."WATCH HERE: VideoLarry told Fox News he is too old for resolutions.  "I think I wore that out," he said. "I’m just going to keep being Larry."...
    It's time to set your New Year's resolutions for 2022. And while it can feel like just another holiday tradition, the process can lead to real results. The ceremony of linking behavior changes to a specific date can be a powerful motivator, according to Charles Duhigg, author of the book "The Power of Habit." Yet most people fail in their attempts to create new habits because they did not make a specific enough plan, Duhigg said. Check out this video to learn how you can create goals that will lead to lasting changes in your life. More from Invest in You:How much you can expect to get from Social Security if you make $40,000 a yearThe real 'Catch Me If You Can' con artist says this classic scam is making a comebackJosh Brown says money can buy happiness if you invest right. Here's how to build your dream portfolio SIGN UP: Money 101 is an 8-week learning course to financial freedom, delivered weekly to your inbox. CHECK OUT: Why January is a particularly great time to invest your money via Grow with...
    A SURVEY of 2,000 UK adults found the common resolutions like increased investment in physical, mental, and financial health still top the list of changes people are intent on making in the New Year, but for many these resolutions now go beyond simply benefiting the individual. In fact, 57 per cent recognise their ability to have an impact bettering the world and giving back to their community in 2022. 4Have you made your new years resolution yet?Credit: Getty While 44 per cent stated the importance they are putting on helping others in the New Year where they can.  Three in five think that taking care of their own finances in 2022 could enable them to support others, while 35 per cent intend to donate to charity. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED A tenth will look to support more community projects, while a further one in 10 want to use their skills to help people in the long run. Jonny Black, strategic director at global investment company abrdn, which commissioned the research, said: “As we...
    by Viniece Jennings, Agnes Scott College When many people think of New Year’s resolutions, they brainstorm ways to improve themselves for the year ahead. What if we expanded those aspirations to include resolutions that benefit our communities, society and the planet, too? It might not be a typical approach, but it can broaden your horizons to show ways you can also be of service to others. Here are four popular New Year’s resolutions with a twist for improving your relationship with nature in 2022 and beyond.Exercise more consideration for how your actions impact the environmentWe each have an environmental ethic reflecting how we value, manage and ultimately relate to nature. Balancing the scales of reciprocity between us and nature – how much we give and take – can improve this relationship in many ways. Whether it’s our addiction to one-use plastics that pile up in landfills or fossil fuels that warm the planet, a mishandled relationship with nature is not doing us or the Earth any favors. In 2022, we can all take more responsibility for how our actions exacerbate...
    IF you were planning to get a smartwatch to help with your New Year's resolutions then you might want to check out this deal. Amazon has reduced the Apple Watch Series 7 in two sizes. 1The Apple Watch Series 7 is the latest Apple WatchCredit: Apple Both sizes of the latest Apple Watch are on offer. You could get the larger 45mm model for $379 instead of $429. That's a nice saving of $50. You can also get the 41mm model with $50 off. That makes it $349 instead of $399. Not all the colors are in the offer but if you like green and blue you should be okay. 45mm Apple Watch Series 7 for $379 – Buy Now Most read in Phones & GadgetsSCAM PLAN Hidden iPhone trick filters out unwanted spam textsDON'T DOWNLOAD Samsung users warned over dodgy cloned apps that could infect your phoneAPPLE OVERLOAD The annoying reason you're struggling to set up your new iPhone or iPadSTOPPED IN ITS TRACKS Download this app to stop Google & Facebook from tracking you The watch is...
    Ah, the new year is upon us! Now is the time for many of us take time to plan out resolutions for the upcoming year, and hopefully we’ll stick with a few of them, right? We know you can do it! And so, when you do make your list this year, consider adding a few resolutions that will help animals, too. It can be truly overwhelming when we think about the number of issues affecting animals in our world. We often wish for a quick fix, or even just try not to think about it and hope it goes away – neither of which create lasting solutions. Know that you can make a difference, and it’s okay if you don’t get it “right” the first time. What’s important is that you are trying to make the world a better place. We encourage you to try out one (or more) of our five new year’s resolutions to help animals, and always know that the team here at One Green Planet will be providing you with encouragement and resources...
    (CNN)It's almost the new year and along with it comes the admittedly aspirational tradition of setting New Year's resolutions -- ones that we hopefully can stick to and not abandon after Week 3, or even Day 3, of 2022.At the same time, we're sliding into our third year of battling a novel coronavirus that continues to keep the world in pandemic mode. Do you have a cold, the flu or Covid-19? Experts explain how to tell the differenceThat's why it is more important now than ever -- as the Delta variant gets squeezed out by Omicron in this country and around the globe, and as Covid-19 haltingly evolves from pandemic to endemic -- to think about setting resolutions that will help us stay healthy and strong enough to see us through the coming year. In other words, resolutions that will pandemic-proof us as much as possible.That means we have to be proactive rather than reactive: We need to learn from the past, fix things before they break, and optimize ourselves and our ways. As the former creative director of the...
    The new year inspires people to focus inward, reset bad habits, and try for a fresh start. Yet, it’s not as easy as it may seem to simply wake up with a new outlook for the coming year. It takes more than one day to change habits and even longer to implement practices into your daily routine. With that said, looking inward is the best place to begin. While there are countless inspired resolutions, focusing on health-based changes offers a platform to transform your entire life — from amplifying cognition, mindfulness, and productivity, to increasing energy and endurance, and even heartening personal relationships. How Does a Habit Become a Habit?   The human brain offers endless mystery, much like an endless hallway with locked doors. Neuroscientists, the pioneers of this new frontier, have yet to open a majority of these doors. Yet, even with the number of things scientists don’t know, there are many discoveries occurring on a daily basis. One of these is the science behind habit. Neuroscientists have pinpointed the origination of habit behavior within the basal ganglia...
    Tom Brady was very impressed by a reporter who asked Bill Belichick an all-time wild question. Following a brutal loss to the Bills, the New England Patriots head coach was asked by a reporter if he had any New Year’s resolutions he’d like to share with the fans. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Yes, that is a very real thing that happened. For those of you who haven’t seen the viral moment, you can give it a watch below. How do you ask this question with a straightface when the #Patriots just lost a huge divisional game? pic.twitter.com/FirdQr18HU — Will D. (@WAD1980) December 26, 2021 According to Joey Knight, the former Patriots star and seven-time Super Bowl champion called the woman “brave and courageous” and said he hopes to have that kind of spirit in 2022. Brady on the reporter who asked Belichick for his New Year’s resolution after Sunday’s loss to the Bills: “I want to be as brave and courageous as she was, asking that question to Coach Belichick after...
    The New Year is nearly here, and that means a whole list of new resolutions. Fox News Digital rounded up a list of some of the most popular New Year’s resolutions that are sure to be big in 2022 and got a few quick tips from lifestyle experts on how you can crush them. Here’s your cheat guide to succeeding at your resolution. TIMES SQUARE'S 2022 NEW YEAR'S EVE BALL DESIGN REVEALED BY CRYSTAL MAKER1. Weight loss and improving health It’s no secret that weight loss and health improvement resolutions are two of the most common New Year goals people make. (iStock) It’s no secret that weight loss and health improvement resolutions are two of the most common New Year goals people make. These two resolutions are also some of the easiest to fall off of. If you’re looking to shed pounds or be healthier overall, slow and steady wins the race. "To achieve weight loss as a New Year's resolution, consistency and making small changes are key," said Jinan Banna, a nutrition professor at the University of Hawai'i...
    New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick was a bit unhappy after a loss to the Buffalo Bills – a defeat that could throw off their playoff trajectory. Belichick was doing his usual shtick with the media after the game. He gave short answers, appearing to show he was frustrated after the game. But one reporter took a shot in the dark and tried to get Belichick to deviate from his football answers. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Head coach Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots looks on from the sidelines during the second quarter against the Buffalo Bills at Gillette Stadium on Dec. 26, 2021, in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Maddie Malhotra/Getty Images) The reporter said she was doing a story about New Year’s resolutions and asked whether the six-time Super Bowl champion head coach had any. "Hi, football aside, sorry. But I’m doing a story about New Year’s resolutions, and I was wondering if you had any you wanted to share with your fans and our readers," the unidentified reporter asked. The legendary head coach wasn’t...
    While New Year’s resolutions are often made in an effort to improve ourselves in some way—floss every day, go to the gym, learn a language—it’s entirely possible that we could make resolutions that both make us better as individuals, as well as benefit the planet. And, if we could make the world greener, then we could be healthier and so could our neighbors and so could the animals and rivers and plants. Doesn’t that seem like a wonderful thing to devote oneself to? In that mind space, it seems the perfect time to consider the different ways we might have a greener year in 2022. There are so many options out there, so many resolutions at our disposal for keeping the planet clean, for cleaning it up and/or for making our lifestyles more respectful of the environment. This year could be yet another year of change, another year in which we could start to right the wrongs we see in the world. Let’s do it! Keeping the Planet Clean Source: roubicko/Shutterstock Keeping the planet clean means changing some of...
    As we head into the new year, many people make New Years Resolutions to eat healthier and more balanced diets. An awesome way of doing this is by incorporating more whole foods into a plant-based diet! Unsure of how to start? We’ve got you covered with these 15 whole-food plant-based recipe ideas from our Food Monster App! 1. Broccoli Frittata with Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Onions and Garlic  Image Source: Broccoli Frittata with Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Onions and Garlic This Broccoli Frittata with Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Onions and Garlic from Rawsome Superfoods by Emily von Euw is an epic breakfast to share with friends or eat all week. Feel free to experiment with different vegetables in the filling: sautéed or grilled zucchini, carrot, fresh tomato, spinach or kale would all be wonderful in here. 2. Superfood Truffle Balls Image Source: Superfood Truffle Balls These Superfood Truffle Balls from Nikki and Zuzana are a great option for satisfying your sweet tooth and for putting cravings in their place. They are also an easy way to pack a great deal of nutrition into a delicious and convenient form. You can eat a few...
    Bill Belichick was asked an insane question after a Sunday loss to the Bills. Following the Bills beating the Patriots 33-21, a reporter asked the six-time Super Bowl champ with New England if he had any New Year’s resolutions he’d like to share with the fans. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Does that sound utterly insane? Well, I’m not joking. You can watch the unreal exchange below. How do you ask this question with a straightface when the #Patriots just lost a huge divisional game? pic.twitter.com/FirdQr18HU — Will D. (@WAD1980) December 26, 2021 There’s a time and a place for everything and asking about New Year’s resolutions during an NFL postgame press conference is never the time or the place. Half the team is gutting it out for playoff position, and we have a person out here asking about New Year’s resolutions. Has the world gone insane? Is this real?! ???????????????????????? pic.twitter.com/oIPqakZO9f — Taylor Twellman (@TaylorTwellman) December 26, 2021 Belichick’s reaction was also excellent. I can only imagine what he really wanted...
    The holidays haven’t brightened Bill Belichick’s spirits. The Patriots coach’s answer to a question about New Year’s resolutions was icy. Now that Christmas has passed, New Year’s looms as the next big holiday to set sights on. If you’re a reporter, that means asking the classic question: What are your New Year’s resolutions. If you’re a reporter in New England, that may mean having to ask that to Patriots head coach Bill Belichick…and getting a frigid response in return. Bill Belichick isn’t suffering New Year’s resolution questionsBelichick wanted absolutely none of it when a reporter posed the question during his postgame presser on Sunday. yo this is hilarious pic.twitter.com/AaTMllCUxm — Bradford William Davis (@BWDBWDBWD) December 26, 2021 The look on his face is part cringe, part hilarious. Belichick is already a pretty grumpy guy, so maybe it wasn’t the best time to ask him that softball question. After all, his team did just lose to the Bills in a critical AFC East matchup for the lead in the division. Then again, there were nicer ways for Belichick to answer...
    FALLON SHERROCK has three key items on her New Year wish list as she pushes for more equality in darts. The Queen of the Palace reckons 2022 could end up being her annus mirabilis — and propel her to even greater oche heights. 1Fallon Sherrock has revealed her big plans for darts in 2022Credit: PA Firstly, she is determined to qualify for a two-year tour card via Q School in January, which would mean weekly access to competitive action. Secondly, she is expected to be selected for commercial  reasons by Sky Sports and the PDC for a 17-night invitational Premier League. The event has a £1million prize pool for 10 players — though her inclusion, whether merited or not, would also cause great consternation among some of the PDC field. And finally there is the small matter of appearing in the delayed World Series event at the iconic Madison Square Garden in New York in June. The sky really is the limit for single-mum Sherrock, as she attempts to capitalise on her status within the sport. But it has been...
    Active Aging  |  Presented by: Physicians Medical Group of San Jose With the holidays quickly approaching, many people are beginning to think about their New Year’s resolutions. According to a recent survey conducted by YouGovAmerica, the most common resolutions people made in 2020 were to exercise more, improve their diets, and to lose weight. If you’re planning to alter a few unhealthy habits of your own, here are a few tips to help you get there. Tips for Making Nutrition Goals That Stick Make a plan. Don’t wait until the ball drops to choose a New Year’s resolution. By planning ahead of time, you’ll be able to think of a plan of action to help you achieve your goals and stick to them. Be specific. When making your list of resolutions, be specific. Writing “lose weight” or “get in shape” is vague and doesn’t offer much of an action plan. Instead of listing broad or overly ambitious goals, choose something realistic and concrete. For example, you may commit to eating two to three fruits and/or veggies per day. Be...
    Uwe Krejci | Stone | Getty Images New Year's resolutions can be easy to make and even easier to break, but having a goal can help keep you upbeat and on track financially, according to a Fidelity Investments' survey released on Thursday. The 2022 New Year's Financial Resolutions Study found people who made resolutions at the start of 2021 are more optimistic about the future than people who didn't. Eighty-one percent of respondents who made resolutions say they will be better off financially in 2022, compared to 58% of those who didn't make resolutions. Some of that optimism may be a direct result of living through the pandemic.  "They had to spend less, they really had to think about their finances and plan through all that uncertainty," said Stacey Watson, senior vice president of Life Event Planning, Fidelity Investments. The Fidelity survey finds 84% of Americans saying that after the Covid experience "they've learned to let go of worrying about that which can't be controlled," according to Watson. And with greater focus on personal goals that are attainable, the survey...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Pension and social investment funds have been stepping up efforts to influence public companies’ conduct by getting their proposals onto annual shareholder ballots. This spring’s proxy season will likely see more such action. Natasha Lamb is a managing partner of Arjuna Capital, an investment firm focused on social impact investing, which manages $300 million in assets. The Associated Press spoke recently with Lamb. Q: Last year was a tumultuous one: The health and economic crises of the pandemic, political strife and the reckoning over racial inequality. What will be Arjuna Capital’s focus in the coming proxy season? A: It was a year a lot of us want to forget. But we must take it as a gift — to reflect on how things have gone wrong and how we can do better. This proxy season, we’re using our investment platform to better understand and attack the root causes that got us here. Whether it’s the lack of diversity in corporate ranks that perpetuates racial and gender pay gaps or how the boards of the social...
    Markus Golden: It really matters to me to be in Arizona Billie Eilish’s Current Lip Gloss is Only $13 January’s Gone: Here’s How You Can Still Make Financial Resolutions You’ll Keep All Year It’s already the end of January 2021, and though you likely had the best intentions, it’s quite possible you haven’t made any headway on your financial resolutions — or perhaps you haven’t even decided what they are yet. The good news is there’s still time to make attainable goals and follow them. GOBankingRates talked to experts in financial planning to help you make a plan for success in 2021. © VAKSMANV / Getty Images/iStockphoto Close up, of male hands counting dollar bills, filtered image, business man working financial adviser and counting money banknotes. Find Out: How To Accomplish Your Resolutions on a Budget 1. Make SMART Goals The caps lock wasn’t just for dramatic effect. SMART stands for specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and timely goals. Matthew T. Gray, a financial advisor at Personal Capital, swears by this method for his clients. Here’s how it breaks down:  ...
    Capitol riot: Justice Department has charged least 150 people Los Angeles vaccine chasers wait hours in hope of leftover doses Best & Worst Refinance Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Getty Images When the ball dropped at midnight on January 1, 2020, no one knew what the next 12 months had in store. Many went about making New Year's resolution>>>P, not knowing the coronavirus would drastically change the way people live, taking away the little luxuries — like meeting friends at a bar or screaming your favorite lyrics at a concert — and, for some, the necessities; a steady income, regular meals, physical and mental wellness. So now that we've said goodbye to 2020 and enter another year of uncertainty, where do New Year's Resolutions come into play — if they should at all? When stay-at-home orders were put into place in March 2020, many Americans believed things would go back to normal by the Summer — Fourth of July plans still intact....
    After rally to stop Sanchez, Makhmud Muradov would love a full fight camp next 32 Wildly Successful Celebrities Who Dropped Out of School Best & Worst Refinance Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © urbazon / Getty Images When making 2021 New Year’s resolutions, you might’ve chosen several aimed at boosting your financial health. You’re still committed to them, but to be honest, you haven’t made much progress — or maybe you’ve even taken a few steps backward. Read More: How To Rebound From a Bad Financial Year: 2020 Edition It’s only natural to feel discouraged when you haven’t met the goals you set for yourself, but there’s plenty of time to make things right. Resolutions are typically made at the beginning of the year, but they’re intended to be a work in progress. There’s nothing wrong with fine-tuning your resolutions or doing a complete reset during the first few months of the year. This is something you should never be ashamed of...
    ALMOST a third of Brits feel their eating habits have become worse during the pandemic. A study of 2,000 adults found four in 10 are eating more comfort food than they usually do as they cope with the effects of lockdown. 1Brits had thought they would start eating healthy this year - but that hasn't worked outCredit: Getty Images - Getty And more than one in 10 (13 per cent) even claimed Zoom calls with family and friends - including wine or cheese tastings or virtual parties - have contributed to a loss of healthy eating resolve. It also emerged 91 per cent of adults have already treated themselves to food or drink they deem unhealthy this year – despite 81 per cent pledging to eat a healthier diet in 2021. Almost one in five (17 per cent) even admitted to tucking into a treat every day since the start of the new year. To help the nation battle the bulge, a new range of ‘fakeaway’ dishes have been created by wellness brand WW, which can be ordered through Uber...
    Decorate your space So that you do not forget the important dates of this 2021 you can purchase this incredible Fast Forward Feeling wall calendar from Automobili Lamborghini, which brings a very elegant and sophisticated touch to your home or office, as it not only keeps you abreast of the days, It is also a beautiful decorative piece, thanks to the fact that it boasts a collection of the best photographs of the Italian brand’s cars printed on 60×35 cm glossy photographic paper. Spend a year experiencing the style and excitement in every Lamborghini photo. Price in dollars: 42.00 Price in pesos: 839.00 Let’s go on a trip If among your purposes is to go on vacation when the pandemic allows it, you can start the preparations with this suitcase made with the leather and fabric used for the upholstery of the Bentley Continental GT Convertible. It combines the style of a soft bag with the functionality of a hard case. It adapts to the cabin size requirements of airlines. For sale at: shop.bentleymotors.com Price in...
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