It’s March! Can you believe how quickly these three months have passed by?! Today I want to touch base with you and see how you are doing with your goals thus far. It’s common to welcome the new year with a resolution, intention or a goal for the upcoming year, but sometimes our enthusiasm doesn’t last long and we fall off track. If new year resolutions are not something you do, there is no better time to improve something in your life than the present.
The first step is setting the goal. I know you are thinking that this is obvious, but there is a difference between “I want to eat more fruits and vegetables” and “I want to eat more fruits and vegetables by trying 1 new fruit or vegetable every week in 2017”. Although both goals have the intention of increasing how much fruit and vegetable you eat, the second goal is more specific and is a basic plan of how you will achieve the goal. Writing your goals this way helps you ensure you stay on track with your goal!
As you wind down and get ready to say goodbye to 2016, you may have either thought about your new year's resolution for 2017 or feel completely overwhelmed by the whole "new year, new me" concept. Regardless of which category you fall into, I wanted to help simplify achieving your health goals. There is nothing more demotivating than setting grand goals and then getting to February-March and realizing you haven't done anything to get any closer to your goals.
I am super excited to announce my FREE webinar I will be hosting on January 4th at 7PM EST.