Here is a quote from Me You Health, “Whether the larger goal is for losing weight, spending more time with family, saving money, or stopping smoking the New Year’s Anti-Resolution micro-site enables the user to quickly move through the steps to pledge not to make large resolutions but rather educate them to make small, meaningful actions for their own well-being.”
I don’t know about the Anti-Resolution Resolution but I do like the small goals that can be easily accomplished like putting the fork down between bites. As I continue on with my New Years resolution goal of losing 75 pounds in 2014, I will incorporate this great tip to my diet plan. Whatever you decide, to have small meaningful actions in the new year or a traditional new years resolution, setting a realistic goal is the key. I believe many New Years resolutions only fail because the goals were too lofty. If you have an unrealistic resolution, in time you will likely give up. If I told myself I was going to lose 75 pounds but had no idea how to reach that goal, that is also setting you up to fail.
I researched my options and decided on the Ripped & Rich program that provides me with free meal plan guidance, recipes and even gluten free options as well as a tailored exercise plan for my weight loss needs. Knowing I have the support of the Ripped & Rich program website to keep me on track, gives me the confidence to know I really can do this.
I am Lynette Henk, Healthy Chocolate lover and Well Beyond promoter. I can be reached at 941-216-5727, or visit MYCHOCOLATEVITAMINS.COM.