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Friday, January 10, 2014

Kellogg’s Special K Resolutions Giveaway

The New Year is finally here! Now is the time to accentuate the positive and eliminate the negative in our lives when it comes to self-image.

Did you know? According to a recent survey by Kellogg’s Special K, 97% of Canadians agree that a positive attitude can help them achieve their goals, but 66% still admit to ‘Fat Talk’.

So to help you kickstart 2014 on a positive note, Special K wants to encourage a healthy attitude and outlook when it comes to managing weight, by offering one lucky HUG reader a chance to win a Special K Positivity Prize Pack which includes:

  • A generous supply of Special K products
  • New Balance fitness monitor watch to help track your progress
  • Special K yoga mat
  • "Everything Is Going to Be Okay” book for daily positive affirmations
  • Customizable meal plans and weight management tips available at myspecialk.ca

To enter this contest, tell us what your health goals are this year. Will you finally be enrolling in that spin class, participating in Meatless Mondays or cutting out the sugar and dairy in your diet?

Remember to include your Twitter handle or email so we can contact the winner.

This contest closes Friday, January 17 at 11pm EST. Good Luck!

22 comments:

  1. kcoshal@gmail.com : The goal is to cut down on the carbs, drinking A LOT more water and start running again!

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  2. My health goals are to lose the last ten pounds. Down 25, so its the last stretch and seemingly the longest! Winter definitely makes it harder when you cant get outdoors for extra exercise. @SS_Summer

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  3. My 2014 resolution is to do more cooking at home so that I know exactly the ingredients in my food! Eating less grease and less salt sounds like a good plan to me!

    @awabia

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  4. I would like to improve my eating habits and reduce the amount of sugar in my diet.

    Twitter~ @glogirl3

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  5. My goals are to get enough sleep and to walk at least 20 minutes each day!

    @JubleeW

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  6. My health goal this year is to lose 10 lbs and be more active. twitter @vilmark

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  7. I would like to start doing pilates this year or yoga, not sure which will be more enjoyable, but I want to try them. I also have set a goal to be nicer to myself and not let the scale and negative thoughts rule what I believe about myself. Hard goal. Working on it.

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  8. af.fekete@live.ca
    I am adding more veggies to my lunch and dinner meals. Now that all my Christmas sweets are gone, I am also trying to cut out desserts and sweets on a regular basis.

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  9. @LauraM44
    My goal is to take up my lifetime love again and join my local tennis club! Last year I successfully switched from sugar to honey in my coffee (BIG deal for me!) so this year it's time for an exercise goal. I was a certified tennis coach for over 15 years, but going to a university in Canada with no indoor courts meant I slowly stopped playing over the years. It was my natural way of staying in shape (since I just enjoyed it and didn't see it as a chore), so when I stopped that, I didn't have any way or habit to stay fit. Now it's time to change that!!

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  10. @Aprillx
    My goal is to be more active this year. I used to walk a lot and take dance classes when I lived in Hong Kong, but now that I'm in Canada, I barely do classes! So, that will change - especially when I'm still in University and have my resources!

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  11. My health goal is to lose my baby weight. I have 10 pounds to go with this child and then another 5 to get back to where I was before kids. I am trying to make time for myself to work out from home while the children are napping - that has been a challenge so far. I am hopeful that as we get into a routine now it will get easier. @crazyladybibs

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  12. I'm trying to create more balance in my life and also trying out some new classes in the gym. @dmhaen

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  13. @dmhaen My goal is to create more balance in my life and to try out a few new classes at the gym like spinning and total body tone.

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  14. I want to start being more active and cooking healthier meals for my family and I
    thanks

    flower_child_23(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  15. This year, I would like to READ more. I literally have over 50 books sitting here from the past decade that I haven't had a chance to read (busy having babies etc) and I would like to try to get to some of them. Last year I only managed to read 4 books over the course of the year, this year I would love it I was able to double that number. Might not sound like much, but I have 5 kids and limited "quiet" time where I can concentrate on reading :)
    andrea_hockeygirl at hotmail dot com

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  16. My goal is to eat healthier and workout at least 3x a week (@GlamourMari)

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  17. My goal is to incorporate more veggies into my diet. I really do not like veggies but now that I got a juicer for Christmas, I will definitely try to make more green juices. I also hope to tone up my arms and legs.

    fifty.threee at gmail.com

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  18. @newfiechic

    I have been trying to cut down on the amount of sugar I eat and up my water intake. I replaced one daily snack with veggies too, which surprisingly I don't find too bad :)

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  19. My goals are to start a regular scheduled approach to exercise and not just a hap hazard approach I have use up until now. Ideally 30 minutes of scheduled exercise at least 3 times a week. Walking is where I plan to start since I can do that anywhere, just as long as it is at the scheduled time and for the scheduled amount of time and I can track it. @cantoncathy

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  20. @gabecncx

    I would like to shed 20lbs and order less take out.

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  21. My goal is to go back to the gym.

    billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

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  22. I would like to focus on eating healthier and smarter. vibrantflame@outlook.com

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