Get Financially Fit In The New YearDENVER (CBS)- A couple weeks into January is a good time evaluate how well New Year's resolutions are going. Saving more and spending less are often at the top of everyone's list, but studies show only 8% of people actually stick to their goals.
Ask A Denver Expert: How To Keep Your New Year's Weight Loss ResolutionEach year, millions of people resolve to eat better and exercise more in an attempt to lose weight and live a healthier life. However, as any gym regular knows, most fitness newcomers drop the program by the middle of February. Denver native and personal trainer Christina Biamonte tells you how to stay on track and keep your fitness resolution.
Best Books For A New Year, New YouEach New Year brings an opportunity to create fresh goals. These titles can help you find inspiration and strength to persevere despite struggles and setbacks while you work towards your goals.
New Year, New You: Diet Books To Help Ring In The New YearThe New Year is upon us and you’ve joined the gym and stocked up on kale (yum)! While you might already be questioning your dedication to the latest fad diet, these great books from Simon & Schuster will help you stick to your New Year’s resolutions all year.
Apps Track New Year's ResolutionsNew Year's Resolutions can be tricky to keep track of but now there's an app for that.
Getting Rid Of The Spare TireIt's not an official disease, but it can certainly lead to poor health: middle age spread. And it doesn't always come in middle age. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida has some tips from a new study that shows building muscle equals a slimmer pair of pants.
Get Your Budget Back In Shape After The HolidaysEat less, exercise more- those are two common New Year's resolutions. Getting your budget back on track is also a popular financial resolution for 2012.