If you're like many Americans, you make New Year's Resolutions. Some of the most popular resolutions include: Lose Weight and Get Fit.
Quit Smoking. Learn Something New. Eat Healthier and Diet.
Get Out of Debt and Save Money.
Spend More Time with Family.
Travel to New Places. Be Less Stressed. Unfortunately, New Year's Resolutions, although well intended, rarely stick. The primary reason is they're not specific enough. Secondly, resolutions often include failed accomplishm
Did you know that our thoughts impact our feelings, which impact our actions? Stated another way, what we think about, we believe, and what we believe, we achieve. For example, if we consciously tell ourselves often, that we cannot lose weight or have no willpower, chances are, we won’t lose weight or have willpower. Conversely, if we tell ourselves often that we are losing weight (or have lost the weight) and have an abundance of self-control, our actions will reflect our mi
You’ve probably heard it said, if you want something bad enough, all you have to do is repeat it enough times until it forms a habit. Some studies have shown that 21 days is the magic time frame for forming habits. You may be surprised to learn, that everyone forms habits at a different rate. For some, it may take 6-8 months to form a new habit. For others, it may take one instance, and they’ve mastered the new habit…think a long term smoker who quits smoking cold turkey. So,
For many individuals, being likeable, helpful, and supportive, are qualities that are important. When we say yes it is often with these attributes in mind. Saying yes can be very rewarding , when we feel needed and appreciated. It can also be a source of stress if we are feeling overwhelmed and over scheduled. Do you struggle with taking on more than you should? Does saying yes come too naturally, even at the expense of your inner peace? I’m here to tell you, it’s okay to say