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How to commit to your 2023 Resolutions

If you started the year telling yourself "this is the year" but after the first week back, you're already feeling tired and you're now trying to figure out how to stick to your resolutions, maybe it's time to set back and read a few tips that might help you stick to your goals:

  • Make your resolutions specific and achievable. Instead of resolving to "exercise more," try setting a specific goal, like "go for a 30-minute walk three times a week" or "Include more greens in my meals today"

  • Create a plan and get what you need to make it happen. Break your resolution down into small, actionable steps, and track your progress along the way. This can help you stay motivated and see how far you've come. If you need to buy equipment like dumbbells, a yoga mat, etc, get it before starting

  • Find ways to make your resolution a part of your routine. Incorporating your resolution into your daily or weekly routine can make it feel more manageable and help it become a habit. Sometimes 5 minutes of self-care and mindfulness can make a big difference

  • Download the Asana App to track your progress. It's a wonderful way to follow up and keep track of your goals

  • Remember that it's okay to take things one step at a time. Instead of trying to overhaul your entire lifestyle at once, try setting small, achievable goals for yourself.

  • Avoid Repeating Past Failures / habits

  • Find ways to make healthy habits enjoyable. If you dread going to the gym, try finding physical activities you actually enjoy, like dancing, hiking or meditation

  • Get an accountability partner that can help you stay motivated and give you that little extra push when you need it. It can be helpful to have someone to talk to and share your goals with.

Remember that there is no "perfect" way to be healthy. Everyone's needs and preferences are different, so focus on finding what works for you. Don't put too much pressure on yourself. It's important to prioritize your mental and emotional well-being as well as your physical health.


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