Products to Help Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

by Katie Skrzek

Dec 25, 2018

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Products / Other

At the end of the year, people begin to craft lists of New Year’s resolutions. Whether big or small, it can be a challenge to stick to your goals. Whether it’s weight loss or saving money, there are products out there to help you follow through with your resolutions.

 

Apps

Instead of braving crowded gyms, download some apps and fitness programs to kick start your exercise routine from the comfort of your home. MyFitnessPal, Couch to 5K, Physique57, Daily Yoga and Keelo offer options depending on your fitness level and exercise preferences.

 

Fitness Tracker

To keep yourself extra accountable for weight-loss goals, invest in a fitness tracker. Fitbit, Garmin and Apple offer great options.

 

Audio books

If you want to read more, but have trouble committing to sitting down with a book, consider audio books. Audible offers more than 425,000 options for a monthly fee. Hoopla works with your local library card for free audiobook rentals.

 

Water filter

Buying plastic water bottles isn’t cost effective or good for the environment. Invest in a water filtration system like Brita or Soma to filter water at home. Then, buy a reusable bottle from brands like Hydroflask or Nalgene. Saving money and helping the environment? Win-win.

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