Goal Setting for the New Year
At the beginning of each year many of us love to set goals. We each have to identify what is meaningful to us and turn that into individual goals. These goals may include work, relationships, or health, but they should be carefully selected to be both rewarding and attainable.
It's almost 2023. Get yourself into the right mindset. Start thinking about your goals. I personally like to follow the SMART concept in achieving goals.
S - Specific - Your goals should be specific to you. Can you picture yourself doing it? What do you want to change?
M - Measurable - Having a goal that is measurable can help you evaluate and see if you are on the right track.
A - Attainable - Work towards a goal that is challenging, but attainable. Is your goal realistic? Can it be achievable?
R- Realistic - The goal that you set should be realistic to you. Does it make sense? You do not want to lose motivation if you can not reach your goal.
T - Time-sensitive - Make sure you set a time frame you would like to achieve this goal by. You can have long-term goals and short-term goals or both.
By setting SMART goals and be intentional is the best way to achieve your goal. You may have a large goal in mind, but be sure to set up smaller process goals in between, so you don't lose motivation in reaching your bigger goal.
Whether if you goal is to lose/gain weight or to change your eating habits. I can help you with your goals and be your accountability partner. As a Registered Holistic Nutritionist™ and Personal Trainer, I will focus on all aspects of a person's wellbeing and lifestyle. If you have any questions or comments you can send me an email at BlendaRHN@gmail.com
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The entire contents of this article are based upon the opinions of Blenda Chan. The information in this article is NOT intended as medical advice, nor is it intended to replace the care of a qualified health care professional. This content is not intended to diagnose or treat any diseases. Always consult with your primary care physician or licensed healthcare provider for all diagnoses and treatment of any diseases or conditions, for medications or medical advice as well as before changing your health care routine.