Chose a specific goal. Skip the vague goal of "eating healthy" or "being more active." Make a goal more suited to you like "skip the naughty afternoon snack" or "be able to walk in a 5k by April."
Limit yourself to 1-3 realistic goals, instead of the lengthy list to becomes unattainable.
Avoid goals that have failed in the past. Make them more realistic and start with small steps to attain the goal.
Remember that progress is not always linear. Sometimes you may to a couple steps back, or may even have to reset and start over.
Have an accountability partner. Having support from another individual will help you stay on track.
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