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Making resolutions work for you

January 29, 2013

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This month, I’ve been walking you through how to be successful with your New Year’s Resolutions. We’ve talked about being true to your resolve, the difference between goals and habits, and how to start shifting your deepest-rooted negative thinking habits so that you can start taking productive action towards a happier, more fulfilling life. Here’s […]

Setting Habits

January 12, 2013

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We were just talking about forming habits in the last post. Because habits usually stem from small steps, they are longer-lasting and more sustainable than big goals that you try to accomplish all of a sudden. So rather than goal-setting, try to set up some daily habits that will slowly and surely lead you in […]

Habits vs. Goals

January 10, 2013

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Good habits, and bad habits too, usually start with a small change and then proceed from there. The very nature of habits is that they are sustainable over time.  You wake up early one morning, decide to just sit and breathe for a few minutes before the chaos of the day begins and it feels […]

Resolve

January 1, 2013

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A *new* year. A clean slate. And perhaps a list of things you’ve resolved to do. Or not do. Maybe you’ve decided to give up smoking, stop eating chocolate, lose ten pounds. Who knows? Perhaps you’re on a treadmill right now, power walking furiously and logging your breakfast onto MyFitnessPal. Or maybe you haven’t made any […]

Out with the Old

January 4, 2011

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With the advent of a new year, many people have made their resolutions and are focused on what they’d like to create for 2011. Perhaps your list of resolutions is focused on the new as well: new things you’d like to do, a new body you’d like to tone up or slim down, a new […]