Healthy New Year

Healthy New Year

We’ve rung in the new year and watched the ball drop, and by now you’ve likely decided to make a new year’s resolution or not. You may have resolved to exercise more, or stop biting your nails, or lose those extra pounds, or learn a new tune on the guitar each week. Each of those – and every other new year’s resolution you may have commended to yourself – is a laudable goal. But if April rolls around and you realize that you haven’t been to the gym in a couple of weeks, or that the last time you picked out that old Bob Dylan tune was back in February, don’t be hard on yourself. The purpose of a new year’s resolution shouldn’t be to give ourselves one more thing to stress about. We’ve got enough of that already. The purpose of a resolution should be to build health, whether individually, in relationships and families, in our communities, or in our ecosystems.


Healthy New Year

Building health and resilience might look different for each of us. It might be something as simple as sitting down for tea each afternoon with coworkers or housemates. It might mean learning a new board game with the kids or grandkids. It might mean finding supplements to help support our immune systems in challenging times. It might be finding a volunteer opportunity that connects us with the community. It might be finding delicious fruits and vegetables to share with our loved ones. LifeSource may not be able to help directly with all of these possibilities, but there are many we can. With great food, a huge range of supplements, smiling eyes, and more, we’re honored to help you begin a Healthy New Year.

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