First Day Hike
January 1, 2018
Asilomar Conference Grounds
Pacific Grove

Fitness & Nutrition Retreat
January 18-21, 2018

Anne Lamott
January 19, 2018
San Carlos St.

Culinary Getaway
January 26-28, 2018
Pebble Beach Resorts

Half Marathon 10k and 5k
January 27, 2018
Pebble Beach

January 27-28, 2018
Downtown Monterey
Pacific Grove Certified Farmers' Market
3pm - 7pm, 3pm - 6pm (winter)
Grand Avenue and Central Avenue

Old Monterey Marketplace
4pm - 8pm (summer),
4pm - 7pm (winter)
Alvarado Street and W Franklin Street

Carmel-by-the-Sea Certified Farmers' Market
10am - 2pm
6th Street and Mission Street
Soledad Farmers' Market
4pm - 8pm (May - December)
Encinal Street

Monterey Peninsula College Certified Farmers' Market
10am - 2pm
Monterey Peninsula College
930 Fremont St.
Carmel Valley Community Center

Downtown Salinas Saturday Certified Farmers' Market
9am - 2pm
Gabilan Street between Main and Salinas Streets

Marina Everyone's Harvest Certified Farmers' Market
10am - 2pm
215 Reservation Road
Sanctuary Rock Gym
Pfeiffer Big Sur
Andrew Molera State Park 
Asilomar State Beach 
Folktale Winery
Carmel Wine Walk
National Steinbeck Center
Pacific Grove Museum of
Natural History

Colton Hall Museum 
Ski Central 
Bay Area Ski Bus
Gizdich Ranch
Cannery Row Brewing Co. 
Fisherman's Wharf
Monterey Lanes 
Top 10 Day Hikes 
Quail Lodge & Golf Club
Monterey Bay Aquarium
Cannery Row 
Mirror Maze 
Whale Watching 
Fishing and Sailing
Mazda Raceway
Jacks Peak Park 
Carmel Mission  
Pebble Beach
Monterey County Fair & Event Center
Point Lobos 
Tor House
Pinnacles National Park 
Point Pino Lighthouse
Moss Landing State Beach
Museum of Monterey
Pacific Repertory Theatre
Friday, January 5
Project Eden
Hanson and the Beast

Friday, January 12
Paddington 2
Proud Mary
The Post

Friday, January 19
The Shape of Water
Forever My Girl
The Commuter

Friday, January 26
Maze Runner: The Death Cure
Please Stand By
The Clapper

The New Year is slowly nearing, and with the holiday season already upon us many people are indulging in retrospection and reevaluating some of their life choices. New Year’s resolutions are the perfect opportunity for all those who have failed to start making the changes that they said they would make next week, next month, or perhaps when winter starts.

1) Get in shape: Losing weight is the top resolution for Americans, and combined with “exercise more” and “stay fit and healthy” it is something that over a third of the population wishes to achieve. It’s easy enough to start an exercise and diet program, but the trick is to find a decent one that will give you steady results and will be easy to stick to in the long run. Have a look at these tricks, hacks, exercises and mistakes to avoid to make the best our of your resolution.

2) Start eating healthier food, and less food overall: This is usually an extension of the previous resolution. Switching to a healthier diet can be incredibly tricky when we are surrounded by cheap junk food. However, with a good amount of determination and some basic tips you can slowly develop healthier eating habits. Learn to control emotional eating, be aware of reasons for diets to fail, make use of these tricks and have a look at these awesome and healthy recipes.

3) Stop procrastinating: The biggest barrier that keeps most people from reaching their goals is the desire to relax and do something fun instead of working hard. Once you get used to procrastinating it’s difficult to snap yourself out of it, so you’ll need to put in a lot of work to change this bad habit. There are many useful tips out there to find your way to stop procrastinating. There are also tools which can help you achieve this task.

4) Improve your concentration and mental skills: People have been trying to find ways to improve their focus and cognitive capacities for thousands of years, and most ancient civilizations had some combination of mental exercise and herbal medicine to help them reach this goal. Today we can use anything from apps to ancient meditation techniques to boost concentration and hone our mental skills. If you go through with this, you will be able to control your mood, learn faster and have an easier time solving problems.

5) Meet new people: When we get stuck in a rut, we usually end up staying at home most of the time, missing out on a lot of interesting opportunities for networking and having fun. Meeting new people can be beneficial to your mental well-being and help your career, so don’t be afraid to get out there and make some friends. Overcome your shyness, get some knowledge and go and get to know new and interesting people.

6) Become more active: Some people don’t really have a big weight problem, and they even get some exercise a few times a week, but they just sit around the most of the time at home and at work, which can have a negative effect on their posture and health. In that case, all you need is to find ways of moving around more throughout the day instead of staying hunched over the computer. It’s even more fun if you share your activity with friends and family.

7) Become more confident and take some chances: If you are confident other people notice it, and it is much easier to have your opinions heard, ask people out on dates and get ahead at work. A good dose of self-confidence will help you lead a much happier life overall. Don’t hesitate to get some input on ways to boost your confidence.

8) Earn more money: Even billionaires are always looking for ways to earn more money, and we common folk can definitely use an additional source of income to make life a bit more comfortable. Fortunately there are plenty of options available, like having sidejobs, working as a freelancer or using the internet to your advantage.

9) Become more polite: Good manners have always been an important part of a civilized society. They make it easier to connect with others, avoid offending people and will ensure that others perceive you as a good and trustworthy person. So know the etiquette, be prepared or other manners in other countries, deal with rude people in the right way and learn how to say no.

10) Reduce stress: They say that stress is one of the biggest killers out there, and it can have a very destructive effect on your relationships as well as your health. It may be an unavoidable side effect of our hectic modern lifestyles, but it can be effectively managed with the help of useful, unconventional and easy to practice tricks for stress management.

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