Launching the new year with an ambitious agenda to eat healthier or lose weight may be a lofty goal, but Sherry Pagoto, PhD, associate professor of medicine and a licensed clinical psychologist, has some sage advice for turning resolutions into reality.
“We are now a week into the new year and probably at the point in which some people are starting to wane a little bit in their new year’s resolutions, so I wanted to talk about three ways in which you can try to stick to your new year’s resolutions throughout the year,” Dr. Pagoto said.
Goal setters should:
· Set small goals for each month;
· Turn those small goals into a fun bucket list of interesting activities that support your objective; and,
· Build a support network to join you in your pursuit.
Hear Pagoto’s full advice here: