Before you sit down and write out your resolutions, consider adding these nutritionist-recommended ones to your list.
Instead of making mountains out of your resolutions, make hills – smaller and more achievable goals. Set yourself up to win with your New Year’s resolutions and you’ll find that you start winning in other areas too. Try these 7 easy resolutions for 2015 aimed at focusing on gratefulness, presence, mindfulness and happiness.
Many of us start the New Year making resolutions. We vow to eat healthier, go to the gym, quit smoking, spend less money, get organized, etc. So why is it, that only 8% of us are able to stick with these resolutions? We start the year with great intentions, but then we quickly relapse into old habits. Why is it so hard to keep those New Year’s resolutions? Here are simple steps that will help you stick to them.
The countdown is over and the confetti has been swept away. Along with the New Year came New Years Resolutions and I’m willing to bet a high percentage of those resolutions were food/diet/body-image related. So how do we make those resolutions stick? I like to think of any resolution like buried treasure. […]