An estimated 45 percent of Americans make New Year’s Resolutions each year. Most of us will break our resolutions by the end of January, and only about eight percent of people will actually reach their goal at the end of 2015.
Why are New Year’s Resolutions so difficult to keep? It’s often because we fail to make resolutions that are practical and measurable. And we don’t put into place the plans and support we need to reach our goals. Make
If you’ve made a resolution to be more active, get fit, and live healthier this year, here are five tips to help you carry your resolution out through the end of the year and turn it into a lifestyle change to live a stronger, healthier you in 2015 and beyond.
Originally published on NicholsonClinic.com