You’ve got the resolutions. Now you just need solutions. Here are the tools to help you stay focused.
See the Big Picture
The sleek, innovative NeuYear calendar shows you the whole year at once (it’s 27 by 39 inches) with no gaps between months, large squares for penciling in goals, and vertical and horizontal orientations (it’s double sided).
Tighten the Purse Strings
We can’t stop you from spending, but we can keep your purchases in check. Ava Maistrellis’s slim Silver Lining wallets (in black, raspberry, orange, or camel) stay organized with customizable tabs (“wine and dine,” “beauty,” “retail therapy”).
Drink Less (Calories)
You could cut out happy hour altogether (ha). Or just drink Voli, the first line of low-cal, flavored vodkas. Try them in cocktails like the Lime Lyte (Voli lyte, club soda, and lime) at 10° South, Skinny Pink Lemonade (Voli lemon, cranberry juice, lemon, and club soda) at Aja, or Voli Espresso Cream Soda (Voli espresso vanilla and club soda) at Twist.
Get Your Pooch Under Control
Let new Barking Hound Village trainer John Defoor whip your puppy into shape or teach your old dog new tricks in just six weeks for $175. To schedule, email firstname.lastname@example.org and mention DailyCandy for the discounted rate (weekly classes start January 10).
Find Your Center
Beloved badass Tough Love Yoga now offers lunch-hour classes at Raw Bronzing Studio, so you can tone where you tan. Or drop in at Dshop and Dtox for Hour of Power (Saturdays, 9:30-10:30 a.m.) and Slow Flow sessions (Sundays, 5:15-6:15 p.m.) taught by owner and yoga instructor Shannon Sliger (classes are $10 each).
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