Getting started on New Year’s resolutions

Published: Jan. 28, 2020 at 11:40 AM EST
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SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) - Eating healthier can prove challenging enough without the extra obstacle of picky eaters in the house.

Onetha Bonaparte serves as the school nutrition director for the Savannah Chatham County Public School System. She stopped by Morning Break to provide on how to get your kids on board with your New Year’s Resolution, so the whole family can become healthier.

January is here, and that means the goals you’ve been saving until the New Year are now officially on your to-do list. Do you need some help putting your resolution into practice? Maybe you still haven’t picked one. Our Morning Break team has collected several local experts to help guide you through some of the most popular choices.

New Year's Resolution: Cook More

Chef Darin Sehnert demonstrates proper knife work and provides some other tips for beginning home cooks.

New Year's Resolution: Read More

​Melissa Taylor, general manager of E. Shaver, Bookseller, provides a sneak peek of the books trending at the Savannah bookstore.

New Year's Resolution: Manage My Money Better

Julia Butler, Chief Retirement and Planning Officer with the Fiduciary Group, explains her secret to financial wellness. She also walks viewers through how to create a budget and shares some free tools to keep your spending in line with your goals.

New Year’s Resolutions: Travel More, Spend More Time with Family, or Get Healthier

Melody McCloud, M.D., is an Atlanta-based physician and surgeon, as well as a health and lifestyle expert. She says the end of January still isn’t too late to start on New Year’s Resolutions. She shared her advice on how to travel more, spend more time with family, and live a healthier life in the new year.

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