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Resolution Solution: Holistic New Year's Resolutions
New Year’s resolutions never seem to stick. Explore a more holistic approach.
20 Creative (and Shame-Free) New Year’s Resolutions
Sometimes we set ourselves up for failure by making promises we can’t keep or by initiating resolutions steeped in self-blame.
Why You Should Resolve Not To Make Any New Year’s Resolutions
“There is a deranged hope that comes with the New Year that we are entering into a whole new world, and everything can be better now.”
How to Embrace New Year's Resolutions When You Don't Believe in Yourself
Self-loathing can turn this annual self-help ritual into a slippery slope. New Year's resolutions are wonderful in principle. What spurs self-improvement better than specific, sta…
Rabbi Rami: How Do I Keep My New Year’s Resolutions?
Roadside Assistance for the Spiritual Traveler
3 New Year's Anti-Resolutions Guaranteed Not to Sink Your Self-Esteem
For some, resolutions are not the path to a better life.
9 Ways to Turn Your Resolution into Your Reality
Try these science-based tips for keeping your resolutions alive.
Visioning a Re-NEW-able Year
This year, turn to the first known resolution makers—the ancient Babylonians—for inspiration.
The Benefit of Doubt
Why do we choose New Year’s day to be the first day of our resolution to live better lives? Most of us would say just about anything at that time of year, what with all the distrac…
Go Natural for the New Year
Energetically, celestially, astrologically, physically—January 1st is just one day.
How to Achieve Your Goals for the New Year
Plan ahead to get ahead for the new year.
Enjoy Yourself, Even Now
It's okay to find the silver lining and enjoy yourself, even now.
Commit to Dry January: The Dry Challenge
Having a “Sober Month Support Squad” can make your dry month more fun, and you can plan activities together that don’t revolve around drinking.
To Make a Resolution Stick, Ask Yourself One Question
The game-changing technique in influencing behavior is asking a question.
How to Use Energy Work to Manifest your Desires
What are you interested in creating and actualizing?
3 Out-of-the-Box Resolutions for 2016
The turn of the calendar from one year to the next invariable leads toward a yearning to live our lives in new and more healthful ways. Losing weight may top the charts as a New Ye…
Our Top 10 of 2015
Read these for New Year’s resolutions worth keeping
10 Tips To Getting Fit In The New Year
Here are 10 tips to ensure success this year
It’s Time for Shedding
Sarah Bowen provides some creaturely resolutions and insights for the New Year.
Relationship Resolutions 2012
Ah, the New Year. That wonderful time when we feel like we get to start fresh, renew, redesign, get a grip, set goals, and make New Year’s resolutions. Now is the time we gear up f…
Guided Meditation for the End of the Year
Say goodbye to the old year and welcome in the new.
8 Affirmations for New Beginnings
Here are some affirmations for new beginnings, no matter when in the calendar you start to observe your new year.
Refresh Body and Spirit With a Moon Practice
Does your New Year’s Resolution feel like a distant memory? The moon provides a monthly fresh start.
New Year, New Beginnings
Nurture Your New Beginnings
“To aid our new endeavors, it is important to nurture them on levels of consciousness where it really counts.”
An Alternative Ritual for the New Year
Whether or not you are going to a blow-out party on New Year’s Eve this year, here is a little ritual you can do for yourself or with others to ring in the new year with a little bit more gentleness and intention.
Silent Night: Journaling Under the Moon
As another year comes to a close and we look forward to new beginnings, this is the perfect time to reflect on what is working in our lives and what is not.
A Ritual for an Imbolc New Moon
When a new moon coincides with the celebration of Imbolc, perform this ritual for new beginnings.
“I Feel Bad About Not Sticking With My Resolutions”
Every year, we make resolutions. Every year, it seems, we fall short. That's perfectly fine. Falling short is almost inevitable. What matters is what happens next.
From the Editor: Engaging Columns
What does it take to write an engaging column?
Grief Cycling Over the Holidays
It’s the most wonderful time of the year… right?
Do You Wonder as You Wander?
We all know the drill with New Year’s resolutions. Make a fancy wish. Look to the twinkling lights of the holidays. Hope for the best. Mmm hmm.But haven’t New Years resolutions bee…
The Equinox as Catalyst for Healing
Think of March as a second New Year with resolutions for healing and recovery in our lives.
Expose Yourself: A New Year Intention, Inspired By the Moon
Setting New Year intentions by the moon.
The Examined Life: An Expedition
Dig into your old journals, photo albums, and see what you can learn about yourself.
One Simple Trick to Make Life Easier
I don’t always make New Year’s resolutions—I find the darkest coldest months a pretty difficult time to start new things. This year, however, I did make one that not only helped me…
5 Small Changes for Big Health Payoffs
Something like seven or eight years ago, with New Year’s Eve just around the corner, I decided to forgo the typical list of grandiose resolutions (Exercise for an hour every day! D…
Taking out the Trash: Goodbye 2011
As we pass the Solstice, the darkest night of the year, we are also entering into a New Moon cycle, which comes to a head on Christmas Day this Sunday.It’s dark out there. We’ve go…
Balancing Life by the Rule
The point of a rule of life, for communities or individuals, is that life should be lived in balance, with God as the focal point.
Feeding the New Year
‘Tis the season for drinking too much eggnog, eating too much, and pulling out old family hangover cures.We’ve just moved past the Winter Solstice, the darkest time of the sun cycl…
Contemplating the Festively Feathered
This holiday season is for the birds.
Virtue Fatigue: The Anatomy of Temptation
Consider the classic recipe for seduction: chocolates, dinner, wine, dessert, dancing. Ever wonder why it works? Now a series of psychological experiments led by Mark Muravan at Ca…
The Liminal Joy of Deep Winter: Nestling Into “Not Yet”
Resting, reflecting, conceiving, and gestating are keys to the “not yet” liminal joy of deep winter.
6 Steps to Ignite Your Power of Intention
What do you want? Use the power of intention to focus your mind on your next steps.
Reset and Recharge: New Year Yoga Sequence
This gentle yoga practice supports digestive health and immune function to help you get back into the swing of things.
11 Tasty Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes
As a vegan, there’s nothing worse than showing up to holiday dinner hungry and discovering that there is nothing for you to eat.
Book Club: Geri Larkin on Redefining Faith
“Faith is the beginning of all good things.” The Buddha said.If you are like me, when you first hear the word, “faith,” a religious connotation comes to mind. Many of us have faith…
What We Still Don’t Know about Mindfulness Meditation
Despite the hype, researchers are still exploring the benefits of meditation and how much practice we need to achieve them.
How to Care for Your Body in a Cold, Dark Season
In winter, our digestive fire is low, so we should be eating warm, cooked foods. Yes—that means stop eating salads!
5 Tips if You Feel "Behind" in Life
When you feel like you’re falling behind in life, here are five things to refocus your attitude and get back on track.