Like many folks, my New Year's resolution this year is to be healthier and lose weight. Luckily, I have two fab resolution boosters to help me along: 1. Sexy Boot Camp This is totally unlike other Boot Camp programs, which can be all long, boring, sweaty workouts and no fun. Canadian Living's free, online six-week Sexy Boot Camp program mixes quick and easy workout videos and nutrition tips with ways to help you look and feel your best by brushing up on your self-esteem, beauty and fashion sense, and your relationship. I'm loving it. I'm losing weight, I'm having fun, I'm connecting with other Sexy Boot Campers on Facebook and Twitter and I'm primed to look my best in time for Valentine's Day. Plus my husband is benefiting as much as I am! 2. Live Right Now Unless you've spent the past week under a rock, you've undoubtedly heard about CBC's all-encompassing Live Right Now campaign. It's got an increasingly rocking website (if you were on it earlier this week, check back now - a lot of the little bugs have been resolved, making it even better). Plus, part of Live Right Now is the new show 'Village on a Diet,' which airs every Monday at 9 p.m. EST on CBC TV. This great, gimmick-free show isn't your standard, cheesy reality show fare (although I do love me some cheese-ball reality shows). This is more like a documentary-style study of a town in need of health help, and the lessons they're learning are things I can apply to my life, too. Beyond the healthy living inspiration, there's a large dose of gripping drama and emotional personal stories that have me hooked already. Can wait for next week's episode. How 'bout you? Are still working on your New Year's resolutions? What is helping you achieve them? Have you signed up for Sexy Boot Camp yet? And are you watching 'Village on a Diet'?