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Good intentions:here's how to make them last all year!
Good intentions Few things, but good oneseIn a nutshell:no unachievable goals and no absurd sacrifices. Accepting yourself, not being too rigid with yourself, always leads to having the best and most lasting results. Try to set unattainable goals and potentially "insignificant" goals. In a few weeks, you will understand for yourself the difference between the two. With the former you will be tempted to give up at the first difficulty, with the latter the goal will be so trivial to carry on that you will find yourself making it a habit, and indeed, in the long run you will see it asessential routine!
Useful replacementsIn this regard, we can suggest some useful replacements that will help you better understand what we mean andmake your good intentions more practical. Pen and paper in hand, therefore, and start replacing:
- "I will eat a healthy diet all year" - & gt; "I will strive to have a balanced breakfast every morning for a year"
- "I'll play sportsfor 40 minutes every day"- & gt;" I will try to keep myself active every day by limiting the use of means of transport "
- "I'll take at least one vacation away from everyone" - & gt; "I will try to carve out a few hours a week dedicated to relaxation, away fromsources of stress"