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The end of January is nearly upon us….


January 28th, 2013 902 post views

Snowy walk

As we come to the end of January, what does it mean for those goals you set and those plans you made?

So the end of January is nearly upon us and I’m interested in hearing about how everyone’s New Year’s Resolutions have come into place. What have you stuck to and what have you achieved? Perhaps most importantly, will you be continuing those good habits through into February?

Within this blog I just wanted to offer a different perspective on those New Year’s Resolutions. Looking at what you would like to do more of in 2013, rather than what you would like to do less of (giving up).  We still have a little time to add in a couple more resolutions, so why don’t you think about it.


Making a January resolution you’ll be able to keep up

A resolution is something that you decide or intend to do. New Year’s Resolutions are very popular because a New Year is the perfect time to make a change. It is a time for a fresh start and great for creating a “new you.”

You need to choose a resolution  that really means something to you and that you are dedicated to completing. Too many people fail to follow through with their resolutions. Most of the time, this is because you make general resolutions instead of setting specific goals that are more likely to be achieved.

For example, set yourself time aside to go out and socialise with people/friends/family if you have missed out a little lately. Maybe you plan to dance more. To book more holidays….etc etc.  Head out of the norm, think from a different angle. (Our board in Reception that I have put up touches of this a little, so if you haven’t seen it already pop and have a look.)

Coming into the New Year, I suggest you don’t always think about cutting down or giving up on your favourite foods (don’t get me wrong, I believe in these resolutions) but more than often you can think to yourself, deep down, I don’t really want to do this and then soon enough it ends. Be happy with your decisions whatever they may be and DO MORE OF SOMETHING!

A poem for you all to read and to finish up!

“Little January
Tapped at my door today.
And said, “Put on your winter wraps,
And come outdoors to play.”
Little January
Is always full of fun;
Until the set of sun.
Little January
Will stay a month with me
And we will have such jolly times –
Just come along and see.”
–  Winifred C. Marshall, January

If you are looking to make improvements in your life, you should consider consulting with a chiropractor. Chiropractic is about much more than just tackling lower back pain (although it is a great treatment for this issue), it is about getting to the root of issues to find solutions.  From musculoskeletal health to stress and the immune system, the benefits of chiropractic can be wide ranging.

If you are looking for a chiropractor in Eastbourne, visit the award-winning team at Lushington Chiropractic

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4 responses to “The end of January is nearly upon us….”

  1. Joe says:

    What poem have you got for our February readers?

  2. Sue Drake says:

    Hi Ellie, Mine is to make time for things that really touch me. There are quite a few but starting with getting out in nature more.

  3. Ellie says:

    Thanks for replying to my blog so quickly. Love this as you find out new things about each other….never new you played the violin. Enjoy your practice!

  4. Rob Rob says:

    What a wonderfully motivating blog Ellie. My goal is to continue practicing the violin daily..this won’t be difficult as I love it. Looking forward to your next post 🙂

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