Happy New Year 2007!
It's a new year and a time
for new beginnings. We set goals for ourselves for the
coming year to eat better, exercise, stop procrastinating, get
organized and balance work and family.
Life changes can be
overwhelming and difficult to achieve everything you set out
to do. Fortunately there are numerous resources
available to help you stay the
Set goals and connect with others who have the
same dreams at http://www.43things.com/.
Receive support and encouragement from those who want
50 books in 2007, be more
patient, learn sign
language, and run a half
marathon just to name a few!
Get organized online at http://del.icio.us/. Do
you have a list of favorite websites on your computer
at work and on your computer at home? Organize them all
in one place and publish them on the web. Then
access your favorites anytime, anywhere from any computer that
has Internet access.
Most of us vow to eat better. Find out
what the world's healthiest foods are at http://www.whfoods.com/foodstoc.php.
Use the Food
Advisor to discover what foods you should eat based on
your age, gender, lifestyle and health needs. There are
healthy cooking tips, recipes, menus and ideas on how to
involve the entire family.
If you need inspiration, read about the Top
100 Most Influential Figures in American History from The Atlantic
Online. See who made the list and provide feedback
if you think someone is missing!