Welcome to 2014!
We’ve been in the new year for about 4 weeks now, and my guess is that a lot of people who made resolutions have already shrugged them off. Congratulations if you are still sticking to it, and if you have given it up, you certainly aren’t alone! We all resolve to exercise more, eat more vegetables and fruits, save more money, quit smoking, do our taxes earlier, get a new job, call our moms more… the list goes on! It’s never easy, and we’re often disappointed when we fail. I propose that we all make a better resolution. One that doesn’t involve new equipment, doing taxes, Stairmasters or juice cleanses… go out and volunteer! Volunteering is a great way to get involved in your community and help others. It’s a great way to give back, connect with others, and do something good. Volunteering is great not only for the organization, but it also feels uplifting for the volunteer, which is more than you can say for blending vegetable smoothies for dinner or searching for your W2 form. So this year, ditch the resolution regrets and volunteer!
(And we promise to keep our blog up to date!) 😉