Resolutions and Goals

With the New Year comes new plans, fresh starts, and new goals! Sometimes, even though we set out with the best of intentions, those goals and plans that start with a fire, begin to smolder, or go out completely. We wanted to highlight some goals/resolutions and helpful ways to stay on track to achieve them!! 

We would also like to make sure you are prepared for any event the new year brings. Please check out the new section of our Employee Resources Page called New Life Events. There is information on what you need to do if you are moving, changing your name, having a baby, and other life events. 

 

GET FIT/ EAT HEALTHIER

  • State Employee Fitness Club Discounts – Blue Cross of Idaho provides discounts to state employees to select gyms and fitness clubs
  • 5 Tips to Achieve Your New Year's Fitness GoalsActive.com provides tips to keeping your fitness goals as well as information on local fitness events. You can search  your community for upcoming events/activities to get you out and moving! 
  • Resources for Healthy Eating – For most of us, eating healthier is easier said than done. This site lists fantastic resources from blogs on healthy eating, to apps that allow you to track your food, to healthy/fresh food locators. There is bound to be something here that will help you keep yourself on track! 

QUIT SMOKING

  • Be A Quitter!! – Idaho Health Matters offers information on Free Classes, Online Quit Tools, Smoking Stats, and MORE! 
  • Free tobacco cessation counseling is offered through the Idaho Quitline (1-800-Quit Now). For a $10 Copayment, the program provides pharmaceutical quit aids to tobacco users who enroll in the program. Visit https://projectfilter.org/ for more information.
  • Also available as a resource is www.quitnow.net/idaho. This resource is free and offers 8 weeks of free Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) in the form of patches, gum or lozenges to eligible participants of the program.

GET OUT OF DEBT/ SAVE MONEY/ SPEND LESS

SPEND MORE TIME WITH FAMILY

GET BETTER SLEEP

KEEPING YOUR GOALS

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