New Year's Resolution, or Lifestyle Change?
Wednesday, January 01, 2014
It's the beginning of a new year. What does that mean? That people will be making resolutions, but will most likely give up on them by February or March.
2 years ago, I started my weight-loss journey while in school. I started eating healthier and exercised a few times a week. I dropped over 25 pounds, but the closer I got to my goal weight, the slower is seemed to come off. Even though I knew this would happen, I got frustrated. I stopped exercising and wasn't eating as healthy as I had been, although I still managed to maintain my weight (give or take a couple pounds).
This will happen to everyone in their lives, hit a roadblock that seems too hard to get around, and may give up on. It's normal, but I am encouraging you to not give up on your resolutions this year. If you really want to commit, make it a lifestyle change, rather than a "New Year's Resolution." If you're stuck in a plateau in your life, let's finish this race together!
Happy New Year! May it show you the greatness and strength you didn't know you had in you!