1. Focus on adding, not restricting when it comes to your health
Great examples of this would be adding more fruits and vegetables to each meal, adding more water intake throughout your day, making time for self-care, or going to bed earlier so that you can get an extra hour or so of sleep.
2. Create S.M.A.R.T. goals
These goals are specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and time-related. Making goals that are more realistic and time specific can help you follow through with your resolutions.
3. Break your goals down month-to-month
Do not overwhelm yourself with a bunch of resolutions. Instead, break them down to each month so that you can effectively create habits and follow through in achieving each goal.
4. Have patience
When creating new healthy habits, you shouldn’t jump all in at once - take it slow and understand that results take time.