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01 February 2016

Many of us start off the New Year with huge expectations about the positive changes we can make to our lives. While it is important not to put so much pressure on ourselves, it can be difficult to keep this momentum up for so long, and in the cold winter, when Christmas and the celebrations are over it can be difficult to keep to your resolutions. So here at CS Healthcare, we have come up with some great tips to help you get back on track.

Set small goals

If you have small and achievable goals to reach by the end of each month, you’ll find your resolution much easier to manage. At the start of January, the New Year can seem like a long, scary stretch of time. By looking at the year and your resolution as small, easily digestible chunks it won’t seem so intimidating.

Stick with it

It may seem hard at times and demotivating but try to persevere and be patient. It will eventually become natural habit and your resolution won’t seem like a chore anymore, it’ll just be a part of your life.

Stay Positive About Yourself and Your Goals

There is hardly anyone out there who has come up with a new year’s resolution and stuck to it completely, without wavering just once. It is completely natural to make small slip ups; the important thing is not to give up once you have. It is important is to keep staying positive, keep thinking about all the things you have achieved, all the things you could achieve.

Plan Properly

When you plan properly, it is much easier to stick to it. Setting goals, rewards, targets and how you are going to achieve your resolution is guaranteed to make sure that your resolution is more likely to be achieved, rather than a dream that seems very far away.

The information in these pages is intended as general advice only. If you or your family require medical advice or have any medical concerns, please contact your GP. 

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