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New Year’s resolutions for health

“Research shows that 80% of all New Year’s resolutions are broken by the 31st of January. If the resolution has to do with health and fitness, 90% will be broken by the middle of January.”, according to Jeanine Justice from the Healthy Lifestyle La Plata Coalition.

Below are some tips which may help you stick to your New Years resolutions for 2009.


Tips for making your New Year’s resolutions

These tips can be applied to fitness or weight loss goals or any goal to improve your health.

  • Set realistic goals. Start with small goals or steps which are good for building confidence. For example, loose one pound in one month.
  • Write down your goals. Create a plan with dates and what you plan to do. For example, walk for 20 minutes on Monday and Wednesday at 7am.
  • Put time aside to commit to and assess your goals.
  • Identify the people who will support you. Support from friends and family will help you stick to your goals.
  • Keep it simple and fun.
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New Year’s resolutions

Whatever your New Year’s Resolution may be, having a plan to stick too will make it easier to keep your resolutions well into 2009 and beyond.

Wishing you all a happy and healthy 2009! Happy New Year!

Kellie and Steve


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About Kellie

Kellie is 37 years old and together with her brother Steve makes up the My Health Software team.

She helps on the websites and gathering news for the programs. Kellie worked in the medical industry prior to having her two children (8 and 6) and has a strong interest in self awareness and management of health conditions.


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