The New Year often marks a time for bold, lofty goals that are too often never reached, or are reached but then unfortunately not maintained. The number one mistake we make when setting these well-intended goals is that they are tied to a finish line. Declaring to lose those 10, 20, or 30+ pounds implies that once the scale shows a specific number, the work is done, game over. We fail to maintain these “Finish Line Goals” because the focus becomes all about the milestone, rather than the habits that help us achieve the results in the first place.
This year, I challenge everyone to set a goal that has no finish line. Instead, your goal should be to adopt a new, reoccurring healthy habit. A great place to start? Cooking! Kick the New Year off with this nourishing 7-day meal plan!Read More