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Bloggers' Guide, Part 1: Get Healthy in 2014

by Jill Manoff

We asked our favorite health bloggers, “What resolutions are you making to live healthier in 2014?” Not so surprisingly, each listed multiple—and their shared plan for making them stick seemed altogether plausible: They’d tackle just one new resolution per day, even if it meant taking a week to launch them all. These were five of the standouts.

Andrea Worley





1.  “Cook together as a family. I love involving my family in meal planning. It helps keep them excited to try new, healthy dishes—plus, cooking together is a lot of fun.” - Andrea Worley of Worley House (See her full post here.)

Elisabeth Earnshaw



2. Drink eight glasses of water. Water is not only great for your skin, but new studies have shown that people who drink enough water burn more calories throughout the day.” - Elisabeth Earnshaw of Bella (See her full post here.)

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3.  “Meditate. Find a few quiet moments each day to reflect, reconnect or simply be. I love how, during quiet meditation or relaxing yoga, I can leave behind all the stress and cares of the week and focus on inner peace.” - Elisabeth Earnshaw of Bella

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4.  Get the right gear. When it’s cold, the last thing you want to do is go for a run, but—with the right gear—you can actually enjoy the chilly morning air! It’s important not to overdress. The perfect solution for me is a vest. Also critical? Perfect gloves.” - Erica House of Erica D. House (See her full post here.)

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5.  “Set smart fitness goals. The more specific you are, the more likely you will be to hit your target. Vague resolutions like, “I want to lose weight,” are more likely to backfire than setting specific, measurable goals—like, “I want to run a 5k in two months.” – Erica House of Erica D. House