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4 great products that can help you stick to your New Year’s resolutions

Julia Webb
·3-min read

This article is brought to you by Walmart and created by In The Know’s commerce team. If you decide to purchase products through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.

While we are only a few weeks into the new year, it’s easy to have already forgotten those well-intentioned New Year’s resolutions. But, it’s not too late to get back on track!

Walmart has a ton of awesome items that can help you reach your goals for the year. From fitness equipment to organizational tools, Walmart’s everyday low prices and wide product selection can help make sticking to those resolutions a reality.

If time isn’t on your side these days, you can even take advantage of Walmart’s online pickup and delivery service. Next time you’re checking out on Walmart’s website, you can choose a timeslot to pick up all of your goods at your local store for free or you can opt to have everything delivered to your home. No matter which option you choose, you’ll be saving yourself the hassle of scouring aisles and standing in long checkout lines.

This process is even easier for Yahoo Mail users. If you use Yahoo Mail, the next time you’re in your inbox, look for the blue Walmart logo and you can shop for everything from groceries to home essentials right from your email.

Keep scrolling to shop four products from Walmart that can help you tackle your New Year’s resolutions.

Goal: To exercise more

Shop: Garmin Forerunner 35 GPS Running Watch, $99

Credit: Walmart

Garmin’s running watch is a great tool to track your fitness activities and workouts. This watch is an investment piece, but it can monitor your heart rate, steps, calories and more.

Goal: To waste less

Shop: Brita Premium Filtering Water Bottle, $19.94

Credit: Walmart

A reusable water bottle is not only a great way to cut down on your personal waste, but it can also encourage you to drink more water. This bottle from Brita comes with an easy-sip straw, convenient carrying handle and one replaceable water filter.

Goal: To sleep better

Shop: MyPillow Classic Series Foam Queen Size Bed Deep Sleep Pillow, $39.88

Credit: Walmart

If you’re after a better night’s sleep, the MyPillow may be able to help. This pillow is designed to “increase deep sleep,” reduce snoring and help cut back on sleep interruptions. Plus, it is also machine washable and safe to put in the dryer.

Goal: To get organized

Shop: 2021 Mintgreen Dot Medium Weekly Spiral Planner, $6.97

Credit: Walmart

Having a yearly planner to keep your days orderly is a perfect way to get (and stay) organized. Use this planner to remind yourself of dinner plans, work meetings and other errands you have to run during the week.

If you liked this article, you may also want to read about the best containers for storing leftovers.

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