Counting down to midnight is like a call to action; our expectations are high as we look forward to a new season. We count down to welcome the New Year, and with anticipation we flip the page on a new
Once Christmas is over and year draws to a close, it’s time to begin planning your New Year’s Day festivities.
Among the many plans we make during the holidays, the ones for New Year’s Day are some of the most important.
Every New Year, many of us promise ourselves that we’re going to eat better foods, save more money, exercise more, and maybe get rid of a few bad habits.
The New Year is here and we are ready to fulfill our resolutions! Popular goals such as going to the gym, eating healthier and spending less money tend to slowly lose steam about 3 to 4 weeks into the year.
January 1 means a new year, a fresh start, but also, for quite a few of us, a hangover! After a long night of revelry, you might need to refuel and recharge.
As the old saying goes, it’s January 1, which means out with the old and in with the new! What better way to start 2014 off than by enjoying the most important meal of the day and giving your body
There’s a good reason why new Year’s Eve is always one of the biggest parties of the year. Around the world, people say farewell to the year that was and raise their glasses to toast the year that awaits. Of
I’m so excited to welcome 2014 with friends and family by my side, and I’m sure all of you are as well.