New Year Resolution Resources

The time of year is quickly coming upon us when many of us start to think about how we can better ourselves during the new year. To start thinking about any changes I might want to make in 2010, I pulled this article out of MilitaryAvenue’s archives: “The American Psychiatric Association Offers Tips for Attaining Your New Year’s Resolutions“.

Here are some more great articles that might be of interest as we start setting goals:

Staying Healthy:
Why I take walks for the New Year
Eat Healthy Your Way
From the Commissary: Special recipes for our Veterans – Cooking for 1 or 2
Look for Smart Choices in Your Commissary
Mom’s “Li’l Heroes” Get Their Own Program
Save time by cooking slowly
This Holiday Season Focus on Friends and Family, not Food
Tips to help you eat fruits
Tips to help you eat vegetables
Eating Healthy when eating out
Doctor Is In – New Year: Time to Commit to Old Resolutions

Building Relationships:
Army: Chaplain-led program reinforces relationships
New TRICARE Video Counseling Can Help Military Families See “Eye-to-Eye” with Their Problems
Real Warriors: Behavioral Health Programs
TRICARE Assistance Program Reaches Out Over the Web to Ease Post-Deployment Stress
Date Night

Finding a New Job:
5 Steps to Land a Job in Tough Times
Direct Sales Success for Military Families
From the Better Business Bureau: Franchise Opportunities for Veterans
Managing a Job Change – Free Advice from USAA
Military Spouse? Try These Job Search Success Tips!
Network – 5 Steps to Tapping into the “Hidden” Job Market
New Hiring Authority for Military Spouses Announced

Maintaining Finances:
Financial Readiness: As Critical as Fully Charged Batteries Resources: Money & The Military
Shop smart using saver savvy tips

I hope this new year finds us all happy & healthy!

– Leanne from MilitaryAvenue.combyLeanneonMonday, December 28, 2009Military Life:,,,

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