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Time To Check In With Your Resolutions

With the holiday season coming around, your first focus will probably be figuring out the perfect gifts for the people you love. But after that priority is out of your mind, one interesting thing to do is a check-in with the resolutions you made last year to make better decisions this year!

First, you’re going to look at your your resolutions last year? If you’re like most people, you wanted to start the new calendar year like gangbusters, but then within a month or two, pretty much everything you decided on becomes a false hope. If not, then you’re an unusual story of success! But if you’re like ordinary people, you should look at last year’s failure and figure out how to turn it into this year’s success.

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A lot of New Year’s resolutions center around the idea of becoming a healthier and more fit person. Much of this has to do with creating a better diet for yourself or a better fitness program. If your resolution last year didn’t work in this regard, then it’s time to see what all of the latest trends are regarding eating right and getting the appropriate amount of exercise for someone in your circumstances.

Habit Adjustments

A big part of the reason that many resolutions fail is that people don’t know how to change their habits efficiently. It’s not exactly a natural process! But there is a lot of science behind creating better practices as long as you’re willing to research it. Small incremental steps with a functional social group and apparent rewards will take you a long way toward your goals.

Starting on a New Blank Page

Even though technically, every day is a blank page, if you visualize starting the new year with this idea of everything being entirely possible, you again have that chance of success. If you feel like you’re still running on ideas from the last chapter of your book, it can be challenging to move forward. When you check in with your resolutions, pick a concrete date where you can start to initiate new behaviors, and then try to stick to them.

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