4 Ways To Be Intentional And Stick To Your New Years Resolution

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

 

 

Like many I sit down and make a new year resolutions and don’t normally commit to them. Its the start of a new year and for many its a fresh start. But lets be honest how many of us actually stick to those goals? Most of the time by June we have totally forgotten about the goals we even set 6 months prior. Only of a fraction of us keep them but I want to help change that. Here are 7 simple ways to make your resolutions intentional!

Limit Your Resolutions

Its ok to have A lot of goals if your actually going to commit to them but its a total waste of time to write down 10-15 goals and only commit to 2. Instead make your resolutions list shorter. Pick goals that are realistic to meet and stick to them. Now this doesn’t mean don’t challenge yourself it just means don’t overwhelm yourself. Pick only a few goals and hold yourself accountable.

Change Your Environment

No you don’t have to get up and move to a different state. But arrange your situation so you can make sure your goals are met. For example if one of your goals is to lose weight and you know that you always make unhealthy food choices, make sure your meal prepping to avoid unhealthy choices. This is something I have had to do myself I realize to actually get things accomplished I must get up by 5 a.m and stay up!

Celebrate Your Millstones

If by March you are still being intentional about your resolutions celebrate that! Small steps are still STEPS! Have some compassion on yourself!

#31daysconsistent

Join me in my 31 days of consistency challenge! Hashtag #31daysconsistent on Instagram so I can see your progress. One of my resolutions is to be consistent on my blog and intentional about my business. That includes posting on social medial DAILY. It only takes 21 days to form a new habit so lets make good ones! Sharing your goals with others is also a way to make sure you hold yourself accountable. Comment below some ways you have stuck to your goals in the past and what do you want to do differently this year?

 

 

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