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New Year's Resolution Survival Guide

A Collection of SparkPeople Resources

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Healthy New Year's Eve

 

 

Healthy Party Foods
Whether you're throwing a party or attending, these tips will help you stay on track. 

 

 

Throw a Fitness Party
Get a jump on your resolutions by bringing fitness and fun right to your living room.          

Diet-Friendly Alcohol Choices
This short guide to the calorie contents of different types of alcohol will help you choose the best drinks on New Year's Eve.

 

 

Alcohol & Weight Loss
Learn how alcohol affects your weight.

 

 


New Year's Resolutions

 

New Years Resolutions Teams
These SparkTeams offer support, motivation, and encouragement for this year's top 10 resolutions.

 

 

31 Tips for Unbreakable Resolutions
Set (and keep) solid resolutions that will help you achieve long-term success!    

 

 

Don't Resolve to Lose Weight!
Dietitian Becky Hand explains why you should never resolve to lose weight again.

 

 

Make Your Resolutions On Purpose
Learn which
goals offer happiness, success, and fulfillment.

 

 


 

Get Started on the Right Foot

 

 

Starting & Sticking with It

Try these 14 tips when you're having trouble staying motivated.

 

 


6 Weight Loss Mistakes to Avoid
Are you guilty of any of these common mishaps?

 

 

Exercise Safety Tips for Beginners     
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  • I always make them and break them. Not this year I am going all the way. - 12/23/2013 10:37:55 AM
  • I have a really hard time sticking to New Year's resolutions--hope
    fully with some help from Spark People, I will be able to do better this year to stick to healthy eating and exercise. - 12/26/2012 6:11:29 PM
  • MICHELECONNOLLY
    I love setting resolutions at the start of each year - the feeling that I can make a fresh start really motivates me.

    Over the years I've come up with a 4-step approach to help avoid January joy turning to February failure:
    Step 1: Run a reality check
    Step 2: Translate ‘what’ into ‘when’
    Step 3: Focus on progress, not perfection
    Step 4. Make it fun!

    For the details of the steps check out my "HappinessStrateg
    ies" blog. - 1/6/2008 12:55:01 AM
  • I was disappointed in myself when I opened my journal and read my resolutions that I made Jan 1 2007. They are nearly identicle to the ones I just made for 2008 with the exception that I am better equipped to accomplish them this year. I am being realistic, specific and self loving... AND I have SparkPeople this year which I didn't last year! Good luck to everyone!! - 1/1/2008 4:15:09 PM
  • SOMDGIRL83
    I have NEVER made resolutions. I think this year I will make them and plan them out. Hopefully this works. Good Luck to ALL! - 12/30/2007 10:32:21 PM
  • SOMDGIRL83
    I have NEVER made resolutions. I think this year I will make them and plan them out. Hopefully this works. Good Luck to ALL! - 12/30/2007 10:31:10 PM
  • I always have some resolutions. Usually they are boring and not well planned. This article is the best! I can now set out a plan and refer back to this whenever I need help. - 12/30/2007 11:37:37 AM