If you’ve been spending time over the holiday season thinking about making a New Year’s Resolution, healthier eating or dieting may have crossed your mind once or twice. You’re not alone! In a Harris Interactive survey, results recently published by Blue Diamond Growers showed that 38% of Americans’ New Year’s resolutions for 2014 will focus on eating healthier. It can feel like there is a lot of pressure on making a New Year’s Resolution, and making it one that you can accomplish over an entire year. However, simply stating your resolution is to “eat healthier” or to “go on a diet” is not ideal when goal-setting.