Happy New Year from KJC Law Firm!
It’s 2021! Many people see the New Year as a fresh start to reinvent themselves into a healthier and stronger person. Let’s face it. 2020 was not exactly a smooth sailing year. The idea of New Year’s Day allows us to positively look forward to begin a new phase in life and leave the unhealthy habits in 2020. New Year’s resolutions are one of the most popular methods for those who are looking to make healthy changes in their lifestyle. With New Year’s Day being in the middle of the holiday/party and vacation season, it is not always one of the best times to begin a new healthy chapter.
Majority of people fail to stick to their New Year’s resolution because often times it is too overwhelming and not specific enough. For example, someone’s New Year’s resolution may be to lose 20 pounds but without a plan or timeline it seems daunting. Some resolutions are too broad and just consist of exercising better or eating healthier. With the right mindset and tools, you can tackle (and keep) your New Year’s resolution by following some of these tips. Don’t set yourself up for failure by promising to make humungous changes that are hard to keep. Instead, follow these six steps for making a new year’s resolution lasting and successful.