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Do You Keep Your New Year's Resolutions?

Have You Been Sticking to Your Healthy Resolutions?

We're less than two weeks into 2011, and I'm already failing at my New Year's resolutions to eat out less and go to yoga more. I started the year off with four consecutive yoga classes, but a week-long illness made keeping that up pretty hard. As far as curbing my habit of eating out, I have no excuses — I just haven't made an effort. The good news is that there are 50 weeks left in the year to make good on these promises to myself. I'll be getting my yoga on this weekend at the Yoga Journal Conference: San Francisco, and it's never too late to start brown bagging it to lunch.

How are you doing with your 2011 healthy resolutions — working hard or hardly working? Join our Get Fit For 2011 community challenge and giveaway for some extra incentives to stick with your goals. If you want to talk more about your 2011 healthy resolutions, join us for a live Twitter chat this Thursday. We'll be fielding questions and dishing up advice on how to stick to your resolutions all year long.

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onlysourcherry onlysourcherry 5 years
Yes! I've been doing everything right so far. I know I'm on track when I think "No work on MLK day? Maybe I'll still come into the office to use the treadmill."
ticamorena ticamorena 5 years
no. none at all. because i didn't make any! largely because in the past they - and most health resolutions made by people i know - become overwhelming failures. instead, after summer i formulate a "winter plan" in order to avoid new years resolutions, create a sense of continuity from one year to the next and avoid feeling overwhelmed (because naturally health is just one of many resolutions to be made, stressed over then broken). the biggest advantage of this plan is that it ensures that in spite of the post-summer festivities and weather changes, i remain disciplined and healthy so i don't actually need to change my routine come january (and feel neither guilty or stressed)
KrisB KrisB 5 years
I'm doing pretty good but living with my mother who could care less about being healthy makes it hard. Last night she made fried pork chops, hard to resist those.
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