Locally, there are a variety of free support services, hotlines and smoking cessation classes to help you kick the smoking habit.
More: Quit Smoking Classes & Support Groups in the Greater Pittsburgh area Given the hectic, stressful lifestyles of millions of Americans, it is no wonder that "enjoying life more" has become a popular resolution in recent years.
Studies show that it reduces the risk of some cancers, increases longevity, helps achieve and maintain weight loss, enhances mood, lowers blood pressure, and even improves arthritis.
Whether you want your home organized enough that you can invite someone over on a whim, or your office organized enough that you can find the stapler when you need it, these tips and resources should get you started on the way to a more organized life.Pittsburgh has quite a few professional organizers who can help you reduce the clutter in your life and find peace in your home.If you have decided that you want to stop drinking, there is a world of help and support available.Pittsburgh Alcoholics Anonymous offers meetings throughout the greater Pittsburgh area.Or if the arts are more your thing, places such as the Carnegie Museum of Art and the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts offer adult studio classes.
Lifelong Learning in Pittsburgh More » A popular, non-selfish New Year's resolution, volunteerism can take many forms.
Even if you've tried to quit before and failed, don't let it get you down.
On average, smokers try about four times before they quit for good. Even Allegheny County is trying to go smoke-free, and it's taken them a few tries as well.
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