In the Middle: Resolutions -- Take It Slowly

Emma Schulp

I’m sure most of us made some sort of New Year’s resolution. But since it is mid-February, many of us have also probably changed our minds. But instead of just giving up completely, maybe there is a better way to approach our goals.

Around New Year’s, many people resolve to lose weight. Instead of putting pressure on ourselves to achieve our goal quickly, we can take baby steps. For example, instead of forcing yourself to exercise more than you’re used to, start off slowly and then gradually increase the amount you do. It will get easier!

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