What's your New Year's Resolution

What's your New Year's Resolution

Every year I find myself falling into the trap of an unachievable New Year’s Resolution. For years now I have been chasing that Beyonce body. This year I made a point to focus on the smaller things and build toward the bigger goal. So, this year instead of going for the unattainable body, I will focus on my body.
  1. I start my day with a quick garage work out to wake up.
  2. Making sure I am active every day.
  3. Make better food choices.
  4. Be available for myself.
  5. Write down my weekly goals.

   Think about your New Year’s Resolution, is it attainable? Does it reflect the vision for yourself? Who will this goal benefit? How will this goal change your life? These are questions that crossed my mind when I thought of my resolution. Here are some quick tips to help achieve your resolution.

  1. Set specific and measurable goals: Instead of setting a vague goal like “get in shape,” try setting specific and measurable goals like “run a 5K in under 30 minutes” or “do 20 push-ups in a row.” This will help you track your progress and stay motivated.
  2. Use the 12-week year framework: The 12-week year is a goal-setting framework that breaks the year down into 12-week chunks. This can help you stay focused and motivated by giving you a shorter period to work with. You can learn more about the 12-week year and how to use it in your resolution by checking out this article.
  3. Focus on minor changes: Instead of trying to make tremendous changes all at once, focus on making minor changes that you can stick with over time. For example, you could start by adding an extra serving of vegetables to your meals each day or taking a 10-minute walk after dinner.
  4. Make it fun: Physical activity does not have to be a chore! Try to find activities that you enjoy, whether it is dancing, hiking, or playing a sport. This will make it easier to stick with your resolution and make it a part of your lifestyle.
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