Making goals or resolutions at the beginning of the new year is something many of us take part in. However, whether we plan on following through with those objectives we set out for ourselves in January is an entirely different story. One way to set yourself up to better achieve your goals is to set goals effectively and realistically. Below, Espinosa Family Chiropractic goes over a few ways to make better New Year's resolutions.
Instead of telling yourself vaguely to "get in shape," set a specific goal for yourself, such as running a marathon, which will inherently force you to get into shape in preparation for the event. You'll train leading up to the event then feel an amazing sense of accomplishment after you finish what you set out to do.
Don't simply focus on fitness goals, create goals that touch every facet of yourself. Have and keep better relationships, eat better food, practice a martial art, or take up crocheting. Try to have your goals assist you in becoming a better and more interesting person!
Tell Someone Else About Your Goals
It might seem tempting to keep your goals that you set to yourself, and it's a good way to cop out of things if you get too uncomfortable. The stronger move is to tell someone else about your intentions for the year, that way you're held accountable.
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