Do you have 2020 food resolutions, such as eating whole foods, eating less/differently, or avoiding some foods for other reasons (such as the recent stories about almond milk / the environment)?
Resolutions for Smart Women
Want to look more polished, grow your career, socialize more, stress less, save more, pay down debt, learn about finances, eat better, or move more? We've rounded up some of our best discussions on resolutions for smart women. (My personal favorite is this roundup.)
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Career-related resolutions are really common this time of the year — and like everything else a plan of attack makes a huge difference in your success. How are you calendaring and planning right now to ensure success for your career-related resolutions? How COULD you be?
Kate rounded up some great tips on how to STICK WITH your resolutions past those first few days in January…
We rounded up some great books on how to make the most of your time, how to network like a pro, how to create a 12-week year, and more!
A great roundup of posts to help you look more polished, appreciate more and stress less, organize, grow your career, socialize more, save more, pay down debt, learn about personal finance, eat better, and move more!
I’ve noticed there’s a lot of talk about finances in the comments, so I thought I’d round up some of our Tales from the Wallet posts in case those are helpful. Then I thought, heck, why not just round up a few of our other posts that might be helpful on your resolutions. Whether your goal … Read More about Help With Your Resolutions
Do you find power in a simple one-word resolution? Kat ponders making “HUNGRY” her resolution from mental and physical perspectives.
Do your resolutions ever really change? Kat kicks it way back and looks at her resolutions from 2006.
In which Kat sings the praises of the Couch to 5K running program, and swears THIS is the year she’s going to get fit…
Kat shares the habit chart that helped her get in shape in law school!