Wear Your Wood Resolution: Get Active


A Wood New Year

After a lazy and indulgent holiday break, the beginning of the new year often brings on a heavy load of... guilt. Whether you have a few pounds to shed, or need to start make long strides towards a big goal you've set for this year, a Wood intention will help you get it all done.

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Tips to Woodify Your Life 1. Move your body. It may sound obvious, but getting the blood flowing doesn't just help you stay physically fit - it keeps your brain working at its full potential, thus getting you fully ready to reach all your goals this year. While the thought of exercising might be the last thing you want to do, you're whole being will benefit from a little movement each day. So grab the dog and go for a stroll, or set up a sledding excursion with your friends (a few trips up that hill will certainly have you hurting tomorrow).

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2. Set daily goals. There's nothing like the feeling of accomplishment you get when you reach a goal, no matter how big or small. If you set attainable daily goals for yourself, you'll end each day feeling great about what you did, and looking forward to what the next day has in store.

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3. Go organic. These days, it's hard to know what you're really eating unless you grew it yourself. While it can be a bit pricier, eating organic is not only better for our world, but it's healthier for your body. Check out this great article on how to shop organic, by the domestic goddesses at Haute Apple Pie.

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Wood energy is something we can all incorporate into our lives in the new year, no matter what your resolutions may be. It's all about moving forward, and accomplishing your goals so you can achieve a better future. Who can't identify with that?