How to Make Those New Year’s Resolutions Last All Year

What are the chances that you remember the New Year’s Resolutions you made last year? 
Slim, right?
Most people tend to make the same kinds of resolutions - “I’m going to eat better, this time I mean it”, “I’m finally going to use that gym membership I’m paying $30 for.”, and “I’m gonna work on being healthier.”
For some, their dedication and willpower are strong enough to keep their resolutions going all year long. But for most, they tend to start the year out strong and fall back on their old habits within a few weeks.
Luckily, we’ve got some ideas for you to make those New Year’s Resolutions last all year long!


Some Improvement is Better Than None

Even a little exercise is better than none. A little healthy eating is better than none.
Even if you don’t meet your goals as enthusiastically as you hoped, if you’re doing better than last year, it’s a great start.
The little things you do to better yourself every day will eventually add up throughout the year!
Want to exercise more? Start by taking a brisk walk around the block every other day!


Don’t Overextend Yourself

Ambition is great and can lead to success, but trying to tackle too many changes at once can set you up for failure.
It can take time to grow out of a bad habit, and it’s definitely easier to start with a smaller task than a massive one.
Plus, it’s important to take your time and figure out what obstacles are in your way so you can properly remove them.

Skip flossing your teeth most nights because you’re too tired?
Try going to bed five minutes earlier and set your floss on the bathroom counter where you can see it; build from there!


Get the Obstacles Out of the Way

When it comes to eating habits, it’s important to plan what you’re going to do to improve them, not just wing it.
So, if you want to eat more fruits and vegetables, go and buy them! But that’s not going to be enough - you’ve got to make it easier on yourself.
Meal prep is a great way to do so. Plan out some healthy meals for the week, cook them over the weekend, and voila, you’re eating well all week long!


Consider Nutritional Supplements

Certain New Year’s Resolutions are hard enough on their own at all times of the year, not just January.
For example, when going on a diet, it can be tough to make sure your meals are balanced enough to give you the nutrients that will keep you strong and healthy.
It can be hard in this busy world to eat right and get proper exercise.
Since being healthy is a worthy goal for most of us, consider NutriFlair nutritional supplements.
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