What’s good?


Check in with yourself and schedule a monthly check in meeting. 365 days is a long time between check in meetings about resolutions. I am resolving to have a meeting at the beginning of each month where I can check in with my goals, celebrate my success stories, and identify items that need some work.

Determine which goals need to be monitored. Checking in on my resolutions each month means that you will never get too far away from them to forget them.

Plus, I can adjust my goals as needed so that I can truly incorporate them into my everyday life, not be an annual meaningless practice. Don’t forget that resolutions can be fun. Have fun by incorporating weekly themes like Meatless Mondays, Fresh Food Fridays, or Something New Saturdays.

So, whether you hate to love them or love to break them, it’s a new year for the resolution and a new year to make the changes you need in your life.

What healthy resolution will you make for next year?

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  1. Totally agree! Thanks for the encouragement…! Need to make my exercise more of a commitment and not just leave it for when I can get together with friends to play ball or when I can get together with the lady to go to the gym together…I enjoy doing bootcamp exercises I realize, the motivation, group effort, and beach setting really help. Plus I’m surrounded by people that all want the same thing in the same way and enjoy living fully as much I do.

    I totally would suggest a “beach bootcamp” that you can google next to “free” since many are all around Los Angeles, Huntington Beach and Santa Monica as well! Good luck all! All the best! =)

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