4 Helpful Tips To Come Up With Effective Resolutions
As the new year approaches, once again we are faced with the need to make resolutions. If so far you’ve failed to keep up with resolutions, it is possible that your resolutions were too harsh and unrealistic. You don’t need to wait until the beginning of the new year to make resolutions, but it will be important that you stick with them.
This is what I pledge. Alright, so you’ve come up with a resolution. Let’s take a look at it in detail. Did you make resolutions because you wanted to achieve a certain goal for yourself, or did you just do it because it was something other people wanted for you? First of all, you need to determine what you want for yourself. If you need to alter your resolution in any way, you should do it as soon as possible.
What do I want to accomplish? Are your resolutions achievable, or are you reaching too far? Let’s say, for example, that you plan on losing 70 pounds in the new year. Even though losing weight is certainly a good resolution, you need to determine if you have the time to implement such challenging changes; do you have the time to exercise a lot, for example? Are you ready to eat differently? Change your lifestyle? Is the 70 pound weight loss goal too much, too soon? Maybe you can stretch that amount of weight to be lost over a longer period of time. You need to be realistic about your health. And consider the fact that friends and family will have to live around you during the time you are going through these changes.
I Have Fallen and I Cannot Get Up! Are you ready to give up at the first stumble? If you splurge on food, do you consider your diet and resolution to be over? If so, why? All you have to do is to get up and start walking again. The path to success is not one without traps. Finding someone who can walk that path with you can help you succeed.
Reward Yourself. If you can stick with your resolution for a year, find a way to reward yourself. If you hit your weight loss goals, consider going on a cruise — don’t overeat! — as a reward for good behavior. If instead you haven’t succeeded, you can still keep the vacation idea in mind for next year. Keep your resolutions flexible.
Keep resolutions in a positive light. The way you feel about a particular resolution should give you an idea whether you need to adopt it or not. Any resolution made which doesn’t have your enthusiastic backing will certainly become a hindrance come February or March and forgotten altogether by April. Focus on important resolutions and stick with them!
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