and for many of us the new year’s resolutions are long forgotten along with the
Christmas decorations and the time off work.
We start out with such good intentions, so why is it so hard to make our
Join me on my journey to an alcohol-free Feb, and I will share valuable tips along the way to help you reach your health-related goals.
Does your goal seem so big and overwhelming that you don’t know where to start? Take some time today to break it down into small steps. Think about the challenges you might face, and how to overcome them. Then, if the worst happens, you already have an action plan on hand.
Once you’ve broken your goal down into a manageable plan, schedule it into your calendar and treat it as an appointment that you need to show up for.
Breaking your goals down helps you to see how they are achievable and increases your motivation. Scheduling them into your calendar gives them importance and helps to ensure they don’t get forgotten – and it can also highlight if your expectations are unrealistic! (It’s easy to get carried away when you’re passionate about your goals).
For more information and handy templates to help break down your goals and make them happen, check out the GoalGetting workbook.