By Heather Kline GUIDON Volunteer The practice of making resolutions for the new year is thought to have first caught on among the ancient Babylonians, who made promises in order to earn the favor of the gods to start the year off on the right foot, according to History.com. People around the world still practice this tradition today in order to improve and enrich their lives, albeit … [Read more...] about FLW spouse Q&A: New Year’s resolutions — Do they work for you?
Most New Year’s resolutions aim to improve unhealthy habits. Fitness, nutrition and mental health are three parts to an improved bill of health that Soldiers and civilians can pursue in 2020. Kirstan Carpenter, Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation fitness coordinator, said it’s not a good idea to overdo it in the gym following a holiday hiatus. “Those (who) are more active should … [Read more...] about Starting 2020 with a new, healthy routine
GUIDON Staff In a news release Jan. 2, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that no one died from traffic incidents on Missouri state highways during New Year’s celebrations. From 6 p.m. Dec. 31 through 11:59 p.m. Jan. 1, there were 72 crashes, 34 injuries, and 56 citations for driving while intoxicated but zero fatalities, the patrol reported. Last year, there were 11 … [Read more...] about MSHP records zero traffic fatalities during New Year’s celebrations
Spc. Robert Cook, 515th Engineer Company, and his wife, Jamie, welcomed their son, Kingston Zander, into the world at 7:54 a.m. Jan. 3. Kingston, weighing 9 pounds, 9 ounces, was the first baby born at General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital in 2020. Maj. Gen. Donna Martin, Maneuver Support Center of Excellence and Fort Leonard Wood commanding general, right, and Col. Kimberlie Biever, GLWACH … [Read more...] about FLW welcomes first baby of the new year
Physical fitness, mental wellness, and nutrition comprise the majority of resolutions and are three parts to an improved bill of health that Soldiers and civilians can strive toward as 2019 progresses. Guilt resulting from lack of exercise over the holiday break can sometimes lead to misplaced workout habits, says Kirstan Carpenter, Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation fitness coordinator. … [Read more...] about Out with the old, in with the new: Kickoff 2019 with a new health routine