A few weeks into the new year and we hope you’re holding strong to those resolutions. If you’re experiencing times of weakness, hey, it’s ok. We got you.   Below are a few tips to get you back on track with your resolutions and feeling good about the year to come:

Working On Your Fitness
If you’re working on your fitness this year and need a little motivation, start out slow and make a dedicated time in your schedule each week for working out. Hitting the gym every day may not be an option for your schedule so do what works best for you.   Try going with a pal because, you know, the whole accountability thing and it’s more fun to have a friend along for the same ride.   Don’t be afraid to try a few different classes or workout options. Classpass is offering 1 free month to help you find what workout options you like the best.

Flat Stomachs Happen in the Kitchen
Taking on a new diet or just simply eating better for the new year? Meal prepping is the name and sticking to your plan is the game. Planning out your meals in advance can help reduce the desire to make impulse food choices. Use a grocery delivery service to make it even easier and secure everything on your grocery list. Thrive Market sells all organic foods and is offering 25% off first orders.

Plan to Plan
Failure to plan is a plan to failure…or something like that. Get organized, start goal-setting, and keep yourself on track with a handy planner. Often, just writing plans down and crossing them off a list can do wonders for feeling productive. Check out the top selling planners on Amazon here.   How do you keep your resolutions? Leave us a comment below!

Wintertime, it’s here and your car could be screaming for some much needed attention to keep it going through the winter season. Save a headache and some dollars with these tips to keep your car happy this season:

Tire Check
Depending upon where you live, not only could temperatures be dropping but also white fluffy snowflakes. Keep an eye on your tire pressure and thread. Low tire pressure can be dangerous and no one wants that.   If you live in an area that gets a lot of winter weather, a set of snow tires can help you stay sane this season. Goodyear and Bridgestone are currently running rebates through Discount Tire.

Must-Have Kit
This is important, mainly for snacks because you never know when hunger will strike. We kid. It is important to have an emergency kit in your car, especially in the winter, in case you find yourself stuck in winter weather. Grab this one from AAA for less than $35.

Insurance Check Before bad weather hits, review your car insurance policy and coverage. It doesn’t hurt to do a little price shopping to make sure you’re getting the best price for your car insurance. Metromile is car insurance that is pay-per-mile for those that drives less than 200 miles a week.

Squeaky Clean Windshield
ow would be a good time to check your wiper blades and replace if necessary. You can purchase a new pair and install them pretty quickly. A nice and clean windshield will be a good defense against snow and ice.

Power Up
Cold weather can do a number on your battery. We’ve been there with that terrible sound the car makes when it won’t start is NO FUN. Have an automotive specialist check your battery for any signs of a needed replacement. Prices to replace your battery can vary so be sure to shop around.   See a collection of winter products for your car here and here so you can enjoy the winter weather better.