“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language and next year’s words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a beginning.”
“What a wonderful thought it is that some of the best days of our lives haven’t even happened yet.”
We’re emerging from the pandemic and entering the New Year. This is a time for renewal and rebirth. For fresh starts. For new goals.
In the following stories, we’ll highlight various ways for Mauians and visitors to rejuvenate themselves in 2023.
Doing yoga with goats or cats. Setting up a realistic running routine. Organizing your life. Eating healthier, or even eating as a locavore. Getting more sleep. Staying hydrated. Reducing stress. Balancing time at your desk with time on your feet.
We’ll delve into how to make your New Year’s resolutions stick (pro tip: be realistic and cut yourself some slack).
The theme is for this year to be better than the last—whatever that means for you—particularly from a health and fitness standpoint. Only you can get yourself there, but we hope this issue offers a dose of inspiration and motivation.
Mahalo, and happy New Year.
Read all our Health and Fitness stories below:
Resolving to Resolve – Why New Year’s resolutions are often doomed to fail—and why they don’t have to be
Organizing Your Life – A place for everything and everything in its place
Eat Local – The many challenges of taking the Locavore Challenge
Asana With Animals – Goats and cats add a dose of extra therapy to yoga classes
Running into the New Year – Ten tips to start running…and actually enjoy it
Health Doesn’t Have to Be Hard – Five essential, easy habits to achieve health and fitness
Self-Care: Debunking Myths – It isn’t about being selfish—it’s about, well, caring for yourself
Getting Off Your ’Okole – How much exercise you need to offset a day of sitting