Three tools to help you stick to your New Year's resolution

Most of us make at least one resolution as the calendar year changes, but few of us actually make it to the finish line with them. This year, increase your chances with the help of three products that make the most common resolutions all that much easier to commit to.

A great cookbook to help you eat healthier

If improving your diet is on your to-do list in 2018, then a great cookbook is the first step in achieving your goal. The Complete Plate: 120 Recipes - 30 Meal Plans - A Stronger, Healthier, and Happier You by Lauren Klukas is the perfect companion for anyone on a journey to healthier eating. It takes the guess work out of things by providing a wide variety of meal plans and delicious, well-balanced recipes to keep you feeling full without feeling like you're missing out on your favourite foods. 

An app that limits your screentime (so you can spend more quality time with your family)

It may seem a little counter-intuitive to reach for an app when your goal is to disconnect, but Dinner Time works to essentially lock you out of your phone so you're not tempted to pick it up. Without the ability to check your email or social media feeds, you're more free to really enjoy that quality time with your family, distraction free. 

A very Canadian way to get (and stay) active

The easiest way to get active is to simply get outside and start moving. You don't need fancy gym equipment, just your own two feet, and maybe a scenic place to go to keep things interesting. And there's nowhere more gorgeous than our own national parks. Pick up a Parks Canada family pass and there is no shortage of destinations waiting for you. From coast to coast to coast, this pass can take you hiking, camping, and all-out adventuring while you get healthy and connect with nature.