It is New Year’s Eve morning right now as I type this. 2020 is literally on the horizon. Everyone is talking about resolutions and goals. They are recapping the past year, and thinking about all they’ve accomplished, and also what they fell short on…

There is a good quote that says “nothing changes if nothing changes.” If you keep doing the same things over and over, then you are *shocker* going to get the same results. A lot of people think they are making changes, when in reality, at the core, they are doing the same thing.

What do you really want? What do you want for your LIFE? Not just this month, or this year, but what do you want for the next decade? What do you want 30 years from now?

I’m a very futuristic thinker. It’s both a benefit and a curse. It can get me a little tied up and worried about future potentials when I should just be enjoying the present. I like this quality about myself, but I have had to learn how to tame it. I currently wear two bracelets, and one reads, “live in the moment” while the other reads, “enjoy the process.”

These are reminders to myself to not get so tied up in making sure “future Jen” is set, and to remind “present time Jen” to chill. Still, it is a good practice to be planning for the future.

Financially, Americans suck. 90% of people (actual number) are one financial inconvenience away from a crisis. Most people live paycheck to paycheck, and are disorganized with their money. They have no clue where their money goes, and they have no emergency cushion of money to fall back on if needed.

If you have no debt other than your house, and a 3-6 month emergency fund, you are in the top 10% of Americans. That’s stupid. I’ll be honest here and say that I am NOT in the top 10%. But I will be.

My major goal for the next 1.5-2 years is to finish paying off my student loans. I’ve been attacking them aggressively for the past 2 years, and have made huge progress, but I’m turning the heat up some to get them gone. They were supposed to take me 5 years to pay off, but I’m turning that into 4. It’s going to take work to make that happen.

To pay them off by December of 2021 I have to make a payment of $4,203 every single month. I’m going to do it. This is not to brag and say, “wow I have four grand just laying around to put towards these, look how much money I have!” No, I am sacrificing to come up with that money. It’s a lot of work and stress to find that much money each month.

See, I have a goal. It has clear terms, and to accomplish it I just need to follow the plan. The same is true for any goal. To do this takes hard work, dedication, and consistency. Any goal worth accomplishing does.

I’ve had to take classes, listen to podcasts, write down, read, talk about – truly educate myself on finances, in order to make this happen. It didn’t happen by accident.

So, whatever your goal is, take it seriously. Put in the work. Learn about it. Give it a test run.

For most people, health is often a New Year’s resolution. Diet, exercise… those are common. Not so common: adding regular chiropractic care. Doing this is probably one of the simplest things you can do, that gives you the biggest bang for your buck.

Your spine and nerve system are the core, the foundation, for everything concerning your body and your health. If you take care of them, your body simply runs better, which translates into you being a better human being overall. In every aspect and avenue.

It will ensure that your diet changes and exercise have a more profound and lasting impact on your body. It will keep the essence of your being in a balanced, harmonic state.

I would love for you to experience my practice, and see what makes me different form all the other chiropractors in the area. I know, in the deepest depths of my being, that my practice is THE BEST chiropractic office for families in the area.

ChiroPure is a family focused, inclusive membership practice. Our goal is to provide regular chiropractic care for infants, children, and adults using affordable monthly membership plans.

Like anything that is good for you such as diet, exercise, and quality sleep, you gain the greatest benefit of regular chiropractic care when you use it on a consistent and regular basis.

We are the only membership chiropractor in Concord, NC. We pride ourselves in offering quality care for individuals and families using affordable chiropractic memberships. Come see what makes us refreshing and unique.

Check me out, give it a go. Commit yourself to coming in weekly for 3 months, and bring your whole family. You will notice a difference, and you will finally accomplish one of those resolutions.

See you next year,

Dr. Jen