Although it may seem calm at times, it's important to remember that we are still a nation at war and that we should still be honoring veterans and active duty military. There are men and women who stand ready to defend our nation from threats, and we can't forget the ever-present dangers that are out there. Many entities want to do our nation harm. They oppose everything we stand for as a nation, and though we may have our own internal struggles, our service members are there to protect us! So in 2018, while we continue to support veterans who have served our nation, let's make sure we honor those who are currently serving. Be sure to thank our heroes!
A new year can sometimes seem like an arbitrary time to suddenly begin to make drastic changes for personal improvement. However, making improvements in your health, lifestyle, and your overall wellbeing shouldn’t take a back seat to your busy life. Even if you hate New Years resolutions, there is no time like the present to get in shape and set up new healthy habits. Veterans tend to suffer from chronic illnesses more often than civilians, so maintenance of your body through proper diet and exercise are vital. Here are a few tips to consider when debating whether or not you should embark on a journey to a better you. Find the motivation You were used to daily PT when you were in the military, but once you’re a civilian, life can often get in the ways. However, it is extremely
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