Join us in the celebration of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, which begins at sundown tonight. A period of reflection and introspection, Rosh Hashanah is also a special time to make plans for becoming your best possible self—treating family, friends, and colleagues well and inspiring empathy and caring.
One lovely holiday tradition is to eat apples dipped in honey—a symbol of a wish for a “sweet new year.” If you are not Jewish, think of Rosh Hashanah as a time to refresh your own New Year’s resolutions.
We wish all a good holiday and clarity and wisdom in the coming year!
The Expert Secret to Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions – Stay Realistic!
It’s that time of year again when we resolve to get buffed and toned; go on a diet; quit bad habits such as smoking and drinking alcohol; and plan to save more money.
“People make New Year’s resolutions about things that they know they really should do, but have neglected,” says Jana Klauer, weight-loss expert and author of The Park Avenue Nutritionist’s Plan. “To lose weight and start exercising top many lists; plus all the holiday festivities can pack on the pounds and keep people out of the gym.” (more…)