Making Resolutions You Will - Actually Keep This Year



5 Recommendations for a Healthy New Year!

Does it seem like the year fly by faster each year? Sometimes I can't believe how fast they go by, and this year is no exception. We get wrapped up in our schedules, and before we know it, we're making holiday plans again with our loved ones.

Same goes for New Year's Resolutions. We proudly proclaim them at then beginning of each year with the best of intentions. We really mean to accomplish them, but nearly all of them fall flat before Spring even hits

There are many reasons why this happens. To stick with your resolutions, you've go to be realistic about your goals. Here are some tips for creating resolutions you'll actually keep so this year you can try making a new resolution instead of the same ones year after year.

1. Set up a reward

Whatever you've decided, be it weight loss or quitting smoking or even both, you're more likely to make a positive change in our behavior if you have a reward waiting down the line. Make your goals manageable, also. Saying that you just want to lose weight has no directions which is why this goal always fizzles out. Make checkpoints along the way if you're going to see those results, and make those rewards unrelated to food.

2. Pair up with your pals

Getting together with friends to better yourselves is an excellent way to build up your new good habits. Whether it's taking a class together at the gym or leaning a new craft like painting or pottery, teaming up with your friends will make it much more likely you won't give up your goals.

3. Keep a written record

Writing down your resolutions makes it more front and center in your mind. In fact, starting a journal around your resolutions is highly recommended. You can write what you've done each day to get to that goal.

4. Dissect your resolutions into tangible goals

If you're serious about achieving your resolutions, before the ball drops, write our your resolutions. Then, dissect them into what you're going to do to get there. So, if you goal is to lose 50 pounds, write down what you're going to do to get there on a daily basis. You can commit to 15 minutes of exercise per day to start and then increase it at a checkpoint. You can also commit to swapping out some unhealthy items every week. Doing it this way will help you make the changes you want to see.

5. Share your resolutions

If you really want to succeed, tell your friends and family about your resolutions at the beginning of the New Year. You will find much support and possibly teammates to take along for the journey.

Don't let another year of unresolved resolutions fly by. Make 2019 your year, it's entirely within your reach. What are you excited about in the new year?

Conclusion:

Remember, to pair up with a buddy, write it down and share you resolutions for a great, New Year! Plus, see the great recipe video below to help keep you on track.

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Recipe - Winter Salad with Homemade Cranberry Balsamic Dressing


Serve & Enjoy!

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