“Whatever you do or dream you can do — begin it. Boldness has genius and power and magic in it”. – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Johann Wolfgang van Goethe helps to inspire and keep people motivated. Everyone needs encouragement to begin what they have been anticipating. A new year is a fantastic new birth of sorts for many people. The beginning of the year leads to many new resolutions. There is a fresh and clean palate for a person to reestablish what is most important to them. There are two schools of thought regarding New Year’s Resolutions; some believe that great change is possible by sticking to the promises that a person makes to themselves on that day. Many other people (myself included) believe that New Year’s is a way of further solidifying the way that you live your life. I made a promise to myself to reestablish my workout routine. We are only a few days in but I am happy to report that I am so far sticking by my resolution and have made it of definite importance that I am trying to live a healthy and balanced life. I need to revamp the way that I am eating. I have always eaten very low calorie and low fat but I am not sure that I am eating enough. With everything the best way to obtain a plan is to ask elders who are schooled within the area that you are looking to obtain advice. I have dreamt and I believe am making it a reality to increase the healthy and nutritious parts of my diet. I am hoping that my energy will increase and that I will be better prepared to begin and round out my days. I follow many brain injury blogs and have seen that nutrition and a healthy lifestyle are paramount to help a person to live a healthy and energetic life. I am fortunate in that I am able to sleep quite well even though I have had an injury. Sleep disruption is a primary complaint of many people who have sustained a brain injury. I am interested to hear of any New Year’s resolutions that you may have made. I see new years as a refreshment of ideas that one already has within his/her self. I hope that you all had a fantastic holiday season and I hope that you are all revamped to tackle 2016.