Here we are, mid-January! What that means for many of us is that we've stopped thinking of our New Year's resolutions and have instead resolved to forget that we set a goal in the first place. In fact, according to the University of Scranton Journal of Clinical Psychology, only 71% of people keep their New Year's Resolutions two weeks past the start of the new year. But, as we encouraged you in our three-part series (Eat, Move, Steps to Better Health) on making resolutions that stick, perhaps it's time for a shift in mindset regarding New Year's resolutions.
First, it's not too late to set a "New Year's resolution".