For those among us that struggled to maintain healthy lifestyle habits, the time for excuses and interruptions has passed and the time for turning good intentions into positive actions is now upon us.
Making New Year’s Resolutions and setting goals for the up-coming year are common methods of trying to learn from the old and improve in the new. Like breathing: out with the old and in with the new.
Because of repeated failures to keep resolutions and meet goals, it is tempting to mitigate the pain and embarrassment of failure by not making any new resolution. If we don’t set any goals, we can avoid failure, depression, and embarrassment if we don’t meet those goals.
Problem solved, right? Nope. Not at all.Continue Reading →