Most people strive to make resolutions each year. For the first few weeks in January, it’s common for individuals and families to make promises to live healthier lives, and develop habits that make them stronger individuals. These may include things like cutting back on bad habits, exercising more, and spending more time with their families. While these are all great resolutions that can lead to a more positive outlook in 2017, it’s important to consider other areas that others may be overlooking.
Personal development should be at the top of your list this year. Health, strength, and wellness are the core factors for our functionality when we evaluate our well-being. But are there other areas of our life that we can improve upon that we can experience a long-term positive effect from? Are there areas that we could assist others with, that may not have a direct effect on our well-being? Helping others does not have physical benefits to our …Read More