Some Healthy New Year's Resolutions You Can Actually Keep
A new year often signifies a fresh start for many people. For some, this means setting health goals, such as losing weight, following a healthier diet, and starting an exercise routine.
However, more often than not, the health and wellness resolutions chosen are highly restrictive and unsustainable, leading most people to break their resolutions within a few weeks. This is why many people make the same resolutions year after year.
To break that cycle, it’s important to make resolutions that can not only improve health but also be followed for life.
- Eat more whole foods
- Sit less and move more
- Cut back on sweetened beverages
- Get more quality sleep
- Find a physical activity that you enjoy
- Take more "me time" and practice self-care
- Limit screen time
- Try meditation
- Add more produce to your diet
- Cut back on alcohol