New Year’s Day is also known as the day to start your New Year’s Resolutions. The irony here is that lots of people overdo it on New Year’s Eve as a last hoorah before their resolutions start, sort of like a bachelor party. For many, this new beginning has to do with wellness and weight loss (and cutting back on the booze). More than half of Americans will start a health and wellness plan on New Year’s Day, but most will give up before reaching their goals.
It’s hard to successfully start something if you are not prepared. One of the best ways to thwart bad habits is to start strong, and create an action plan. Continue reading