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New Year - Improved You

It's the start of a new year and that can only mean one thing – resolutions! Every year, people make resolutions to do or achieve something to improve their lives in some way. While New Year’s resolutions can be a great way to set goals and

motivate yourself to make a positive change, it can be hard to keep them. Most people start the year with enthusiasm and then fall off the wagon by February. Here are a few tips to help you stay on track and keep your resolutions throughout the year.

First, keep your resolutions realistic and achievable. Don’t try to do too much and don’t set goals that are too difficult to reach. Making realistic goals that you can actually achieve is key to keeping your resolutions.

Second, break your resolutions down into smaller, manageable chunks. If you want to lose 10 pounds, don’t focus on the 10 pounds – focus on more general goals like eating healthier or exercising more. This will make it easier to reach your overall goal. And then create new habits to support the success of your resolution.

Third, track your progress. Keeping a journal or using a tracking app can help you stay on top of your goals and remind you of your progress.

Fourth, make sure you have an accountability partner. Having someone to help motivate and encourage you can be a great way to stay on track.

Finally, don’t be too hard on yourself. You will have good and bad days, so don’t beat yourself up if you have a slip-up or don’t reach your goal right away. Setbacks are part of the process, and you just have to keep going. Tomorrow is a new day, and taking a small step is better than not taking any steps - so get back at it! Keeping New Year’s resolutions can be hard, but it’s not impossible.

With a little dedication and effort, you can stay on track and reach your goals this year. So, make sure you take the time to set realistic goals, break them down into manageable chunks, track your progress, consider finding an accountability partner, and don’t be too hard on yoursel

-Shelli Netko

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