to Help You
by Briana Dicks
id you ring in the new year like 45 percent of the American population with health and fitness-related goals
(source: Statista)? I’ve definitely been there. I’ve made plenty of lofty weight loss and fitness plans that I’ve
mostly forgotten by February, and by the time March rolls around, I’ve memorized the taco truck’s weekly
route. This year I didn’t set rigorous 2018 goals. Instead, I live by mottos like “Survival of the fittest” or maybe
“Who needs sleep anyway?” Having small children is a beautiful experience where you never sleep through
the night or get to eat all of your sandwich again.
Even though I didn’t set any big resolutions this year, I am continuing my ongoing commitment to focusing on my overall
health and wellbeing. It isn’t easy to lead a balanced lifestyle, especially when you’re spending a lot of time holding the
refrigerator door open looking for answers. But I’ve found that sometimes it’s the little things in life that make the biggest
impact on our health. Here, I’ll share some ways we can all use technology to our advantage in order to lead a healthier,
more balanced lifestyle amid whatever chaos life throws at us.