We aren’t here to shame your holiday fun; spending the holidays making memories with your loved ones while enjoying great food and beverages is a part of life’s precious moments. But now that the celebrating is over, it’s time to get back into a healthy routine. You know what that means: it’s time to throw away those leftover cookies!
Going back to healthier eating will take some will-power, as your body will crave the foods you have been indulging in throughout the last few weeks but have no fear, below are 4 Steps to help you reset.
Around this time each year people start thinking about their New Year’s Resolution, these resolutions are always vowed with the best intentions but aren’t always met. According to research, on average 45% of Americans make resolutions each year but only 8% of them will stay committed to those resolutions throughout the entire year.
How can you avoid being a part of this statistic? Make your goals more achievable. By setting the bar too high you are setting yourself up for failure. Many people want to lose weight, eat healthier, cut out certain foods (or habits), etc. Below are way to achieve your goals long term.