Last year, JusticeGhana was able to restructure its website(s) with the introduction of new content management templates that users have written to congratulate us on our modest achievement.
 As a condition of our drive to achieve only the best for our readers/visitors, in relation to legal and media research, we will remain committed to justice, security & progress reporting. JusticeGhana restates its resolve in upholding the ethics and values of research and journalism- truthfulness, accuracy, objectivity, impartiality, fairness and public accountability. We shall be fair and balance in going behind the news stories as they unfold.  Our established registered readers and indeed visitors shall continue to have limited support on our free, impartial and independent limited research, information and advisory services.  In 2008, we virtually founded JusticeGhana College in order to more realistically, bring about Justice, Security and Progress through education. The JusticeGhana [Online] College was eventually launched in 2011. The college’s website ought to be completed by mid-2013.  It is our resolve to continue to improve the layouts of all our existing websites to offer our readers/visitors a happy and friendly stay at our sites. Our restructuring projects shall therefore, continue. To our cherished and honest readers/visitors, we share the following:
1. Spend More Time with Family & Friends
Recent polls conducted by General Nutrition Centers, Quicken, and others shows that more than 50% of Americans vow to appreciate loved ones and spend more time with family and friends this year. So let us make plans to socialise with colleagues, families and relations
2. Health & Fitness
We shall learn something and will continue to update readers with more health and fitness researched news. Last year, we read in most health news articles that regular exercise has been associated with more health benefits than anything else known to man. 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. This means that we have to continue with this to keep us healthy and indeed to look and feel better.
3. Be the Good Samaritan
In our contemporary world characterized by economic melt-down or depression, the Biblical story of the Good Samaritan is more relevant than ever. The year 2013 might therefore, see us more caring and supportive. We shall accordingly, strive to shy away from egoism and selfishness. And to think more positively, what we could do make other feel good if we had the possibilities. It is suggested that if time is really in short supply, maybe we can at least find it by donating for example, furniture, clothing and other household items that we no longer need, rather than leaving them out by the curb to fill up our landfills.
4. Get Organized to Avoid Procrastinations
Getting organized is the surest way of saying a BIG No, No- to Procrastinations and undue stress, time-wasting and panics! Albrecht Powell, of About.com Guide, writes that on just about every New Year resolution top ten list, organization can be a very reasonable goal.
“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.”
5. Last year, we resolved on Healthy life Style to Kick Start the New Year. Having considered that allow me to conclude by saying that Let us Get Organized to Avoid Procrastinations.
That said, we at JusticeGhana wish you well for the New Year and the years ahead.
The Director and Publisher[JusticeGhana Group]