Tips for New Year Resolutions!!!
Be realistic <ul><li>The surest way to fall off your goal is to make your goal unattainable. For instance, resolving to ne...
Plan ahead <ul><li>Don't make your resolution on New Year's Eve. If you wait until the last minute, it will be based on yo...
Outline Your Plan <ul><li>Decide how you will deal with the urge to skip that exercise class or to have one more cigarette...
Make a &quot;Pro&quot; and &quot;Con&quot; List <ul><li>It may help to keep your motivation strong. Develop this list over...
Talk About It <ul><li>Don't keep your resolution a secret. Talk about it. Tell your friends, family and everybody who will...
Reward Yourself <ul><li>This doesn't mean that you can eat a whole box of chocolates. Celebrate your success by treating y...
Track Your Progress <ul><li>Keep track of each small success you make towards your goal. Short goals are easier to keep. I...
Don't Beat Yourself Up <ul><li>Obsessing over the occasional slip won't help you achieve your goal. Do the best you can ea...
Stick To It <ul><li>Experts say it takes about 21 days for a new activity to become a habit and 6 months for it to become ...
Keep Trying <ul><li>If your resolution has totally run out of steam by mid-February, don't despair. Start over again! Ther...
 
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  1. 1. Tips for New Year Resolutions!!!
  2. 2. Be realistic <ul><li>The surest way to fall off your goal is to make your goal unattainable. For instance, resolving to never eat your favorite food again because it bothers your obesity could be a bad choice. Strive for a goal that is attainable, such as avoiding it more often than you do now. </li></ul>
  3. 3. Plan ahead <ul><li>Don't make your resolution on New Year's Eve. If you wait until the last minute, it will be based on your mindset that particular day. Instead, it should be planned well before December 31 arrives. If it's already too late for planning to start, pick another date – any date that is important to you. </li></ul>
  4. 4. Outline Your Plan <ul><li>Decide how you will deal with the urge to skip that exercise class or to have one more cigarette. This could include calling a friend for help, controlling thinking, or reminding yourself how badly it affects your health. </li></ul>
  5. 5. Make a &quot;Pro&quot; and &quot;Con&quot; List <ul><li>It may help to keep your motivation strong. Develop this list over time, and ask others to contribute to it. Keep your list with you and refer to it when you need help keeping your resolve. </li></ul>
  6. 6. Talk About It <ul><li>Don't keep your resolution a secret. Talk about it. Tell your friends, family and everybody who will be there to support you to change yourself for the better. </li></ul>
  7. 7. Reward Yourself <ul><li>This doesn't mean that you can eat a whole box of chocolates. Celebrate your success by treating yourself to something that you enjoy and not that stops your resolution. Perhaps your reward could be going to a movie with a friend. </li></ul>
  8. 8. Track Your Progress <ul><li>Keep track of each small success you make towards your goal. Short goals are easier to keep. Instead of focusing on losing 30 pounds, focus on the first 5. </li></ul>
  9. 9. Don't Beat Yourself Up <ul><li>Obsessing over the occasional slip won't help you achieve your goal. Do the best you can each day, and take each day one at a time. </li></ul>
  10. 10. Stick To It <ul><li>Experts say it takes about 21 days for a new activity to become a habit and 6 months for it to become part of your personality. </li></ul>
  11. 11. Keep Trying <ul><li>If your resolution has totally run out of steam by mid-February, don't despair. Start over again! There's no reason you can't make a &quot;New Year's resolution&quot; any time of year. </li></ul>

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