Celebrate Little Victories 

Celebrate Little Victories in 2016You made a New Year’s resolution to go to the gym more, and you really had the best intentions. You even bought a cute workout outfit. But with February just around the corner, it’s still hanging in the closet. None of us want to admit it, but we’ve all been there! Instead of making an impossible-to-keep resolution this year, celebrate small, healthy parts of your routine!

Go Big With Small Eating Habits

Small habits can become big successes if you concentrate on them rather than lofty resolutions. For example, decide to stop eating one specific menu item, like French fries. It’s hard to part with them, we know. But if you stick with it, you might find yourself passing on other fried foods as well. Then, without much thought or effort, you’ve created a healthier diet for yourself and will probably shed a few pounds to boot.

Look at New Healthy Habits As a Starting Point

Vowing to wash your hands one more time each day may seem like no big deal, but it could leave you feeling empowered to do more. Choosing to take the stairs instead of the elevator might lead to parking farther away for a longer, healthier walk. Start small, and you’ll be surprised how the little choices can make a big difference in how you look and feel.