Did you make a new year’s resolution when you rang in 2017? According to Forbes, only 8% of people keep their resolutions. And we want to help you be one of them! From eating healthier to being more active and getting outside, here’s your guide to keeping your new year’s resolutions in Harford County.
1523-E Rock Spring Road | Forest Hill, MD
David’s Natural Market offers a wide selection of healthy grocery items, organic produce and more. They have a nutrition specialist in the store to help you choose the best items, as well as a website full of healthy recipes, health related articles and more. If you resolution involves being healthier and eating better, this is a great place to start!
658 Boulton Street | Bel Air, MD
Bel Air Athletic Club offers personal training, a schedule packed with a fun variety of classes, cardio and strength areas with state-of-the-art equipment, a spa, preschool and much more. Getting into a healthy routine that will keep you fit won’t be hard with all of the variety and amenities here.
3318 Rocks Chrome Hill Road | Jarrettsville, MD 21084
If you want to get outside and be more active, Rocks State Park is a beautiful place to start, with 855 acres of dense forests and massive boulders rising above Deer Creek. The park has 3.5 miles of scenic hiking trails with steep to moderate changes in elevation. When the weather warms, this is also a great place for fishing, hiking, picnicking, canoeing and tubing.
P.O. BOX 1207 | Bel Air, MD
If your resolution was to spend more time volunteering and helping others, these are a few of our favorite local charities where you can make a big difference. SARC is always accepting donations from much-needed items at their shelter, but you can also by more hands-on by volunteering to answer phones on their hotline, be a hand to hold for a victim in the hospital, or help to coordinate fundraising events that raise money to help local victims of domestic violence.
2208 Connolly Road | Fallston, MD
At the Humane Society of Harford County, you can volunteer on a short or long term basis, assisting with adoption events, animal care, bathing and grooming, socialization, dog walking, daily chores and more. You can foster a pet before they are permanently adopted, or even adopt a new pet of your own.