The New Year is a time of optimism. Witness the "resolutionists" at the local gym courageously weightlifting, cycling, and running their way to the new, healthy person they hope to be. Unfortunately, most people relapse into bad habits. John Norcross, who researched New Year's resolutions in the 1980s, discovered that 50% of Americans made resolutions. Still, less than half stuck with it after six months — and only 19% after two years.
Do you want to make a sincere change — a change that sticks? Join wellness expert Seth Pollins for a two-part class on making and keeping resolutions. Focusing on the resilience of your body and mind, Seth will explore a series of straightforward tips for optimizing your potential to make and keep resolutions.
While this is a two-part series, you can join this second session and still benefit! All are welcome. For more details about the first session on Saturday, Jan. 9, click here.
This event is free and open to everyone. A Zoom link to join the conversation will be sent upon registration. Click here to register.
Weavers Way Workshops are a means of knowledge and skill-sharing among Co-op members, and include presentations, discussions, how-to's, book studies, and support groups that are typically free and open to everyone. Weavers Way members who lead workshops get work credit. Earn your Working Member status and enjoy 5% off all your purchases by sharing your expertise or experience. To propose a workshop, contact Kathleen at firstname.lastname@example.org.