It’s that time to commit to a new year’s resolution. Rather than resort to the go-to pledges of years past, such as dieting and working out, here are 58 fresh ideas.
New Year’s resolutions are a polite conversation piece while at a party with friends and family. It is a bunch of worthless empty talk, and the worst sort of virtue signaling possible.
If you are going to the hit the gym soon and keep the momentum going on your resolution for a healthier year, why not try a new workout?
I am the most disorganized person alive. Of all of the personal organization methods I’ve tried out, the bullet journal works best for me.
If you’re looking for something new to read over the holidays and into the new year, The Federalist’s staff and contributors have lots of great suggestions.
I have learned a particularly effective strategy that many therapists also use to help clients work through their emotional and relationship struggles.
Something about the arrival of a new year can put a crack in your wall of fear. As trite as it may sound, it really can provide a fresh start to begin anew.
It’s been the kind of year one might develop 21 new cocktails to soothe oneself while crying over everyone else’s hysteria. Or to laugh over while everyone else drinks and cries.
We’re going to tell you what some of The Federalist’s contributors read this year and why, confident that there’s a little something here for everyone.
Time to bring out the Magic 8 Ball to call NFL plays.
The Old Fashioned is a classic cocktail that will start your year out right. Heed these warnings about how not to screw it up.
In 2014, Americans showed the strongest support for gun rights they have in more than two decades.
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