Top 4 Ways to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution

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Write Down Your Goals

Also referred to as implementation intentions, writing down your goals may help to cement the validity and importance of your weight loss goals. Year after year, people make it a goal to lose weight and get in shape, but they don’t record these endeavors with good, old-fashioned pen and paper. This simple act may be the difference between simply stating your weight loss goal and accomplishing it. Buy a large notepad or calendar, one you can stick on the wall, and write your goals down here. Make sure to place it somewhere that you will be able to see it each day as an inspirational reminder.

Focus Your Effort

Coming up with a laundry list of goals is simple. Some common examples include working out five times a week, going on a diet, starting yoga classes, meditating twice a week, and taking a multi-vitamin. The hard part is putting them into action and getting them accomplished. Instead of stressing yourself out with trying to juggle five goals at once, concentrate and focus your effort and dedication to one goal at a time. It may be easier and more efficient to fully accomplish one goal at a time, rather than completing bits and pieces of several goals over the long run.

Break It Down And Lay It Out

After you’ve written down your weight loss goals on paper and decided which you’ll tackle first, it’s time to take that goal and break it down into smaller, more manageable sections. Taking a large goal of losing 20 pounds, for instance, and breaking it down by the month, week, or day will feel less exhausting and more achievable. For example, if your goal is to lose 20 pounds in one year, break that down to 1 to 2 pounds per month.

Reserve A Day For You

It’s no secret that constantly striving to stick to your workout and diet programs can be exhausting and stressful, especially when things may not be going your way. Be sure to take a day for yourself. Think about what makes you happy and which activities take the stress away. Do you enjoy being creative by writing stories or playing an instrument? Do you find yourself more at peace when you are walking through nature? Whatever helps to bring you back down, set aside time each week to do just that. It should help you forget about the negative thoughts during your weight loss while letting you recharge for the journey ahead.

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