While New Year’s is traditionally the time for resolutions – Spring is really the best time for a change. It’s a time of rebirth and renewal; and is also painfully close to bathing suit season. Here are some small changes that go a long way in terms of better health and a better life.
Drink like a fish
No, not wine – water. Most people assume they are getting the recommended 8-11 glasses a day but many fall short. You should also be aiming for the higher end of the spectrum if you are active or if you are spending time outdoors. If you don’t like the taste of plain water you can add sliced fruit to it to give it some kick. Great flavour combinations include sliced strawberries & fresh sweet basil leaves or sliced cucumber & fresh mint. Remember the human body needs a lot of water to function properly so chug away.
If you’re keeping track, Governor Poloz has yet another reason for sleepless nights—a cheery and con dent corporate Canada.
You see, until the release of the better-than-expected Business Outlook Survey (BOS) earlier this week, the Bank’s party line probably went something like, “yes we are at full capacity, yes we are starting to see some wage pressure and yes we are re-learning how to spell inflation, but headwinds from the US are way too strong, and are working to weaken business confidence. Therefore, we’re comfortable staying put until we have more clarity.“