My 5 Easy Tips On How To Make Your New Year’s Resolutions A Reality

My 5 Easy Tips On How To Make Your New Year’s Resolutions A Reality

Many of us begin the New Year by making resolutions. We’ve all been there.

We take a vow to lose weight, exercise more, eat better…

We start the year with great intentions, but then we quickly relapse into old habits.

Why is it so hard to stick to our New Year’s resolutions?

Why do we do the things that stop us from having the body we want and feel good about ourselves? I call this self-sabotage.

If you REALLY want the results that you keep talking about and dreaming about spend some time and read my tips below and… write down everything that comes to your mind. Be honest with yourself!

Next week I would like to share with you some tips on how to stop self-sabotage and get the results and the life you really want and… deserve.
My 5 Easy Tips On How To Make Your New Year’s Resolutions A Reality This Year:

1. Write down your resolutions and keep them in a visible place, like taped to your bedroom mirror or the dashboard of your car. Do it today!

2. Get to the source of whatever is keeping you in a rut. Are you in a stressful relationship that causes you to eat a pint of Ben & Jerry’s every night? Are you stressed at your job and feel too tired to exercise after work?  If you don’t tackle the root of the behavior, it will be much harder to accomplish your goal. What is it for you?
3. Write down all the excuses you use to sabotage your goals. Get Real!

4. Be clear about what your life would look like once you achieve your goal. If you resolve to go to the gym more, how will this benefit you? Get connected to the result of your action, and you will be more likely to stick with your plan.

5. Get support. Share your resolutions with friends and family. Hold each other accountable for achieving your goals. If you want to go to the gym more, have a friend call you two or three times a week to check on you or invite them to join you.

I suggest that you do the exercises above today! You know how it is when we think we will get to that later, tomorrow… and we never do. We are busy!

So please prioritize this exercise because next week I would like to share with you my own simple techniques I personally use to avoid self-sabotage.

I’m looking forward to seeing you soon.

Have a great weekend!



Renata Orr

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