With a year marked by social unrest and a pandemic, Cal Poly students and staff are looking forward to 2021 — creating New Year’s resolutions inspired by the past year.
Not sure how to set successful new year’s goals? Here’s how experts say you should prioritize your goals.
Here’s how to ensure a 2017 to be proud of, in which your resolution will be just as strong in December as it was on New Year’s Day.
Whether it’s to lose a few pounds or be a better person, resolutions are a staple to the festivities.
Sam Gilbert is a journalism sophomore and Mustang Daily health columnist. Remember at the start of 2012 when you swore you’d stick to your resolution to lose five pounds or to take up a new hobby? Yeah, we remember too. A year later and here we are again. Don’t worry, though; you’re not alone. It’s […]
Aryn Sanderson email@example.com The easiest part of New Year’s resolutions? Making them. The hardest? Keeping them. Today is National Ditch Your New Year’s Resolution Day. But if you haven’t broken your 2013 resolution yet, these smart phone apps — and their real-life Cal Poly equivalents — will help you follow through. Resolution #1: Eat healthier […]
Heather Rockwood is a food science junior and Mustang Daily food columnist. A new quarter, a new year and a fresh new start. Every year, the same New Year’s resolutions consistently resurface as most important across the nation: losing weight, eating healthier and spending more time with loved ones.