New year’s reflection

A new year is a wonderful time to refresh and remind ourselves of what and who truly matters the most to us! There’s much to do and be grateful for throughout the year, but for many, the new year brings reflections, gratitude and a time for resolutions. One of the most popular resolutions is to be healthier. Is this a new years resolution of your own? It’s definitely one of mine and I’ve had this resolution year after year after year. Is this a repeating resolution for you as well? Why, you might ask, is this a recurring resolution many of us continue to keep on the top of our list? Why would this continue to be a resolution even if one has already achieved a healthy diet and lifestyle? Or achieved their goal weight. Or nailed down an exercise regimen to a tee. Because simply, there is no perfect diet, exercise regimen or lifestyle — it is always a work in progress. Year after year, there are new goals we can set for ourselves that can further promote health and wellness. Say, for example, if you achieved last year’s goal of cooking for majority of the week, don’t stop there! For the new year, why not enhance the existing goal by making it a new goal to start a recipe club that includes swapping recipes with friends and family? Goals don’t have to be boring. Make your goals fun, specific, measurable, achievable and realistic.

As we move forward in the new year, be healthy and stay positive, yet realistic. Make time to prioritize your health. It’s truly your first wealth.

If one of your resolutions is to be healthy, but you’re not sure how to get started or would just like some professional guidance and support, reach out to me. I’d love for us to work together in goal setting and getting you to a healthier you. To get started, contact me directly for a free consultation! Happy new year, everyone.