New Year's resolutions surrounding a healthier diet or weight loss are some of the most common every year — but they also feel like the ones that always fall off after a few weeks.
Sometimes, the whole issue is that our resolutions are nothing more than a flimsy statement in a journal. "Be healthier" is too damn vague for anyone to follow, and a writer at the New York Times suggests that planning small, achievable goals is a more tangible way to build toward your end goal. When it comes to weight loss or healthy eating, a new kitchen appliance to help structure your diet could be a huge help. Read more...More about Nutrition, Health And Fitness, Kitchen, Mashable Shopping, and Juicers