Day 10 and you have set a “realistic” goal. You are retraining your mind to think positively. You are working hard to organize your life and taking “action” towards establishing new and healthy habits. Now you need to “discipline” yourself to stay the course.
Here we are again at the beginning of a New Year. What will you do to make this year count? I challenge you to join us at Personal Best “whole life warehouse” and commit to a holistic approach towards your health and wellness.
Every New Year, many people make resolutions. I am making a resolution too. I resolve to cut out most of the processed food this year. Resolutions to work out more. Resolutions to give up sugar. Resolutions to lose weight. Then by the time March rolls around, most of those people have given up and gone back to what they were doing before. But that doesn't make New Years resolutions worthless. After all, this is a new year and you have 365 days to make lasting changes that can really improve your life and health. So set yourself up for success.
Im so behind. In high school I used to be pretty good with computers. 10 years later Ive realized how terrribly behind I am. ANyway, what first attracted me to this "blog" business is that you dont have to be accurate, perfect, proper, uptight, boring......fake. You can just be yourself and say what the hell is on your mind..i think.
Are you making the same resolution year after year? How do you break that cycle and make it actually happen this time? Everyone’s heard the stats and probably experienced it themselves—New Year’s Resolutions are made with such conviction but so often abandoned within a few months. January is the big month for gym membership booms and by March there is no line for the treadmill anymore.