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Some great tips to help you achieve your new years resolutions.

We had 78mm of rain on Christmas and Boxing Day and we’ve had some lovely sunny days since then. Already the grass needs mowing and the previously wilted plants are vibrant with new life. How appropriate for the start of a new decade.

A BBQ in the rain on Boxing Day - but I was the only one that got wet!

A BBQ in the rain on Boxing Day... but I was the only one that got wet!

It is already the 7th of January, we’re a week into the new decade, and I wonder how many people around the world have already broken their New Years Resolutions?

How many people actually made the same resolution that they had made last year or the year before? ‘? (Does ‘I’m going to get fit/lose weight’ sound familiar?)

If this sounds like you, don’t get demoralised. Start again right now. But this time, don’t think of annual goals, think in terms of 12 weeks. 12 weeks is nowhere near as daunting as 12 months.

What I always recommend to my clients is to prepare a 100-day plan to help you achieve your goals. At the end of the 100 days, re evaluate your goals and start again.

For more on this, see my previous article ‘Getting Your Life Back on Track‘ and if your goal is to lose weight, don’t miss ‘Simple Rules for Healthy Eating – it is well worth a read.

Please share your tips for achieving your resolutions by adding a comment?