MAKE YOUR RESOLUTIONS TO LOSE WEIGHT AND BECOME HEALTHIER IN 2015 STICK IN 2015!
By the end of January 36% of people have given up on their New Year’s Resolutions. Avoid these common mistakes and make your resolution become a reality.
1. Making a Vague Resolution
“I want to lose weight”, this does not take into account the many number of changes you will need to make. Be more specific and set specific and short-term goals. “I want to eat more vegetables, less fast food and sugar”, or “I want to drink more water.” Set one goal per week and stick to it.
2. Not Writing Down Goals
Write down, share your resolutions and weekly goal. A written goal is more real and keeps you from making a modification when things get tough. Post this goal in several places, mirror, and refrigerator or even set a reminder in your phone. Hold yourself accountable and take inventory at the end of day. Did I eat a serving of vegetables today? This answer is simple, YES or no. Keep track of success.
Then for added accountability share your goal with others or post on face book