A faster time or beating a rival may be as simple as making a couple of adjustments to your preparation in terms of nutrition, sleep and post-workout routines. Sometimes an athletic improvement can also come from an improvement in study habits, due to the reduction in stress in that area of your life. Regardless of what your goal is, find an accountability partner close friend, parent, teacher, team captain or coach and share those changes you are working to make with that person. If we keep goals to ourselves, we can drop them more easily.
Gentle feedback can keep us heading in the right direction. Along with that, some steady encouragement can lift us up beyond where we could go alone. New habits can be formed in 21 days and the results can begin to show even sooner than that. Perhaps your struggles are with relationships in your family, on your team or with other friends. Goals that involve other people are always a challenge, but they can also come with a terrific pay off once you succeed.
One of the basic theories in counseling is that if one person in a family, on a team, or in a relationship changes then that family, team or relationship also changes.
Again, make a small, consistent change in your own habits and in the way you view things and you may find some great rewards ahead. They might just come around. At the very least, you are making positive changes in you! If you are typical in other ways, you may also be a bit too hard on yourself. Take time to be celebrate the effort you put into daily life. That sounds like just the approach I need!
I haven't been doing so well with my "exercise more" goal, so I'm going to try to set some specific weekly goals, like "thirty minutes on the treadmill, four times a week. You're talking about a different topic here--but I need all the "don't quit" posts I can get today, so thanks! Best of luck with your goals! Making them for a shorter period of time does make things seem more manageable. All the best with your goals - breaking them up does make them sound manageable! I might have to follow your example I have very similar resolutions!
I'm making lots of physical goals as well - going to sleep on time is one of them! Larger goals can be super overwhelming, great job on breaking them up! Those are all great and reasonable goals. In bed by ?
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I'm snoring by I don't have kids at him, so I am in bed by Nice plan. Good luck.
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I hope you do well the first time and then it will seem easier for the next one! It's definitely better to break a big resolution into smaller more manageable goals. Good luck! It's hard adding more these days.
But baby steps is a great way to go at it. When I started I had 'planned indulgence' days where I'd be allow to eat a reasonable amount of some food I didn't think I could live without. Every change I made was permanent. Now I never eat those things anymore. I eat mostly organic and vegetarian. But if I had started that way, I never would have stuck. So work with yourself, not against yourself. Good tips.
I told my grandkids to break their resolutions down into something measurable. Instead of 'exercise more', make it 'run three times a week'. Checklists or charts can be helpful, too. Writing that checkmark can be a great motivator. Sounds very similar to our family plans. We've started by planting fresh herbs in the garden and will move on to veggies next. In the past when we've had veggie gardens we eat more veggies funny that. We're also planning our meals out for the week, so there's no last minute junk food runs although that's time consuming and I can see the planning part getting dumped by February.
Hi Tara.. I'm about to settle into a more sensible routine Not good - too interesting things talked about.. Cheers and good luck to you - Hilary. I like these ideas. Drinking enough water is an issue for me too. And vegetables and fruits are essential. Best of luck in getting it all done. I'm trying a new mantra for the getting healthy.
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