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One Thing At A Time

One Thing At A Time

Making resolutions requires no effort, but if we decide to suddenly shift towards improving too many of our behaviors at once, it can backfire.

Focus on one thing that you want to change, at a time, and commit to it.

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Tell Your Friends

Tell Your Friends

Seeking support, asking for help, or even making your progress visible to others helps you with social support and an added motivation.

It also weeds out potential cheat moments as your friends know about your regime.

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Change Your Environment

Change Your Environment

Trying to create a new healthy habit while being in the same environment or surroundings can be difficult. Changing your surroundings to suit your new resolution ensures you adhere to it.

For example: If you are trying to cut on sugar, your pantry should not be filled with c...

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Social Peer Pressure

Social Peer Pressure

People get motivated socially, as there are a lot of people with you, engaging in the same challenges to lead a healthier and better life.

For example: If we see social media posts of a friend exercising regularly, it can help motivate us to be more active.

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Do Some Research

Do Some Research

If you want to change your behavior, break an unhealthy habit, or develop a new habit, find out all the information about it.

Find out if it suits you and your body, and how much you need to push yourself. If you can see how it benefits you, it can work as a motivation to k...

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What You Can Control

What You Can Control

You may not be able to change the external circumstances, stressful situations, or work environment. What you can do is control how you react to negative forces and stressful situations.

For example: If you get unhealthy food at your home, you can control how or when ...

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Towards a Healthy Habit

Towards a Healthy Habit

There are five stages in the process of shifting towards a healthy practice:

  • Contemplation
  • Seeking Advice
  • Preparation
  • Action
  • Maintenance of the new behavior.

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Celebrate Your Success

Celebrate Your Success

Reward yourself and celebrate the goals you accomplish, and the milestones you complete.

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Small And Attainable Goals

Small And Attainable Goals

We all want to accomplish a lot of things, some of which cannot be suddenly achievable. We need to work on small and attainable goals, inching towards our bigger goal, step-by-step.

For example: If you cannot suddenly start going to bed early, try going a few minutes ...

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New Year Resolutions that Stick

New Year Resolutions that Stick

Whether it is a resolution to lose weight, to do more exercise, or to consume less sugar, we all have encountered hardships trying to stick with them.

Health-related New Year Resolutions are easy to make, but hard to implement. We all could use some healthy behavior changes that continue pa...

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The Social Cognitive Theory

The Social Cognitive Theory

The Social Cognitive Theory states that a mix of personal and environmental determinants influence our behavior, our beliefs and the outcomes we expect if we do act as planned.

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One Thing At A Time

Focus on what you are great at, and what you want to do for the rest of your life, as time is a limited resource, and you cannot be great at everything. Attain mastery by focusing on one thing and utilizing your time well, instead of being distracted with multiple options.

Doing one thing at a time

Doing one thing at a time

Commit to what you want to study on a particular day, or for a few hours. Limit the number of tasks/distractions/subjects so that you keep your intense focus and actually complete the tasks you started.

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