Friday, January 2, 2009

About Today: How to Keep a Resolution    Today
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  from Jen Hubley
It's the second day of the New Year, which means that 63% of you have already broken your resolutions (all statistics totally fabricated). The good news is, if you're already done with your plan, you probably weren't all that serious about it in the first place.

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How to Keep a Resolution
My approach to this problem is to make up one resolution I've no intention of keeping. For example, this year, it's "become a professional kick boxer." Day 2 of '09, and I have made absolutely no progress on this goal. I'm not optimistic about tomorrow, either.

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How to Make Lasting Changes
My actual resolutions, the ones I want to keep, tend to be small and reasonable. I also usually don't make them around the first of the year. I'm way too exhausted from all this holidaying to make real changes right now.

Maintaining Healthy Habits All Year Long
While you're thinking about resolutions, it's probably a good idea to identify something that you're doing right now that's good for you, and that you'd like to continue doing in the New Year.

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