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Wellness · January 13, 2017

3 Easy Hacks to Help You Keep Your Resolutions

Resolution #1: Sleep More

Did you know that if you enjoy your resolution, you're way more likely to keep it up? And...uh...who doesn't love sleep? Getting your eight hours is one of the easiest ways to improve your healthbut it isn't always easy to fit more snooze time into a busy schedule.

In order to get your recommended number of z's every night, swap your morning suds and styling for a quick dry shampoo spritz. You (and your 'do) will look and feel refreshed.

Pro tip: Take an express trip to dreamland with a calming pillow spray (like this one from This Works). The oh-so-calming infusion of lavender and chamomile helps you fall asleep faster, and is clinically proven to aid a good nights rest.

Resolution #2: Drink More Water

As simple as it sounds, drinking enough water can be tough. Who has time to keep track of all the sips they're taking? And who wants to lug around a water bottle all day?

Me, that's who, after discovering the S'well 17 oz. Bottle. Because they're made with BPA-free, double-walled stainless steel, each S'well bottle keeps your H2O cold and refreshing for 24 hours (seriously). Bonus: The pretty bottles make it easy to track the amount you're guzzling, since one 17 oz. bottle = 2 glasses of water. Just fill 'er up four times in a day, and you're all set.

Resolution #3: Squeeze in Exercise

From biking to work to taking a gym class on your lunch break, there are endless ways to incorporate more movement into your day. The problem? Sometimes movement = sweat and running makeup. Each long-wearing, lightweight formula in the ARROW collection is designed to keep you looking (and feeling) your best during your most hectic days. Stash a few ARROW essentials in your bag, and you'll be setfrom early yoga to late-night margaritas.

Another hack to fit workouts into your day-to-day? Instead of choosing vague times to exercise (like "after work," or "as soon as I get up"), actually pencil your exercise time into your planner or calendar. The reason: Research shows you're less likely to skip if you see it as just another pre-planned part of your day (like work, or meeting up with a pal). Having trouble finding time in your schedule? Google's Calendar app for iPhone and Android allows you to set a fitness goal, and will automatically schedule times to exercise when you're freeand it will reschedule if you miss a session. You won't have any excuse to skip...and you'll be one step closer to achieving that resolution.


Alexis Bridenbaugh