Once again, it is almost time to set those dreaded New Year’s resolutions. That time of year where we set unrealistic targets for the year ahead; vague intentions to 'loose weight,' 'be healthy' and 'give up all of our terrible habits.'
It is not surprising that only eight percent of New Year’s resolutions are actually successful, since we establish our intentions after spending an entire month eating, drinking, spending, and indulging. We're often setting our intentions in a panic-stricken state with the new year looming ahead—without too much thought or planning and whilst in a negative mind-frame about our bodies, our finances, and often, our relationships.
I think we can all agree, these are not the ideal conditions for creating a happy, healthy, and balanced 2017.
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