WHERE ARE THEY NOW: New Year Resolution Edition. Let’s Get Back To Them!
the best intentions when you started your resolutions, it may have been a difficult transition if you went in with an “all or nothing approach.”
While it’s nice to have the tenacity to want to go “all in” with knocking your goals off your list, tackling your goals can be just as effective if you take your time and embrace the journey depending on the goal. It also helps to work on one thing at a time. If you have three resolutions you want to achieve, start off with focusing on one and eventually work your way to accomplishing the others.
Don’t be hard on yourself
Simply put, you may have moments where you just can’t deal with working on your goals and honestly, that’s okay. Remember, it’s completely normal to have a busy day at work and not be able to make it to the gym as you planned.
Don’t give up completely when you skipped gym day because you were busy or had one too many cookies and broke your diet. Everyone has their highs and lows. The good thing is, you can recover from these slip-ups and start again.
Once you’ve created a habit or have completed your resolutions, reward yourself! If you have a