Healthy Habits #ChurchAndDwight #ad

The start of the New Year is the perfect time to reflect on the past and look forward to the future. It’s not exactly the beginning of the year; however, the start of Spring can also be considered as a ‘fresh start’ … in my opinion, whenever you start is the perfect time.  The beginning can be very hectic, with children going back to school, winter sports starting and work piling up after a few weeks of relaxation. In the past, January has flown by and New Year’s resolutions quickly go out the window.

Disclosure: I have been compensated to share this post. The opinions on this blog are my own.

This year start the New Year off right, with healthy habits that your whole family can benefit from.

Here are four simple changes that could turn into life-long habits. Good luck on your adventure!

  1. Healthy homemade lunches: Making lunch for your family can feel like a huge chore, but buying lunch regularly is expensive and often leads to unhealthy choices. Start 2017 off right by preparing simple and delicious meals ahead of time. Doing small tasks to prep, such as cutting up vegetables on the weekend, will make the process quick and ensure healthy choices are made during the week. Getting your family involved can also make prepping food more fun and helps your children understand the importance of making healthy decisions.
  2. Keep your hair healthy: Washing your hair too frequently can strip out natural oils and cause split ends[1]. This new year, start washing your hair every second or third day to maintain healthy and natural looking locks. Using Batiste™ Dry Shampoo Original between washes will help to eliminate excess oil and grease, leaving hair looking clean and fresh with added body and texture.  No water required!
  1. Drink water: After a month of indulging start the year off right by challenging your family to drink more water. Try switching your evening pop, or morning fruit juice, for a large glass of water. This may be difficult for the first few days, but after a week you will feel rejuvenated and have healthier hair and skin.
  1. Unplug and recharge: Getting a good night sleep is always difficult. There are always new emails to be answered and a list of chores to do; however, it is important to understand the need for a good night’s sleep. Sleep can boost productivity, improve your memory and help maintain a healthy weight[2]. This year, turn off the television, computers and smart-phones one hour earlier. If you are having trouble falling asleep, try Vitafusion™ SleepWell.  Each SleepWell gummy is made with 2.5 g of Melatonin, a hormone that helps increase total sleep time.


Starting a new habit can be daunting!  For me, starting isn’t what is difficult, it’s keeping up with the changes and making sure I stick to it is what’s difficult.  My mind knows what is right but habits are hard to break.  Keep in mind that it takes about a month for a habit to stick.  What healthy habits have you started this year?  Are there any that you want to start this year but haven’t?


11 thoughts on “Healthy Habits #ChurchAndDwight #ad

  1. Weird, so do people really not make lunches for their families? I find that weird…like, leftovers ok folks, LOL, I drink water like I’m in competition with a camel… I also quit washing my hair daily in my 30’s (I think when you are younger you think you have to or you’re not clean) BUT NOW SLEEP WELL…I have to figure out a way to not only sleep through the night (I use the washroom 3-4 times, always have) AND I can’t turn my mind off…BOOM…4am and all of a sudden there’s 20 things rolling around aimlessly in my tiny brain

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