Didn’t stick with your 2020 New Year’s resolutions? I’ve been there.
Ever dropped all your resolve before the end of January? I have.
Resolutions are easy to set and hard to keep. Let’s prioritize your health and see those resolutions become a reality this year.
Here are 5 tools that will help you commit to—and stick with—your New Year’s resolutions in 2021:
If we want to change our lives we’re often told to think big. But what if we could achieve major transformations just through small tweaks to our daily routine?
James Clear’s book explains the science and practical results of how tiny habits and minuscule changes can grow into life-altering outcomes that help us lead healthier, happier, and more productive lives.
Clear walks through four keys to this kind of change: The 1% rule, focusing on systems, identity over outcomes, and the four fundamental laws of behavior change. If you’re anything like me, this book will flip your ideas about goal setting on their heads and give you the mindset you need to make long-term change happen in your life.
Today, there are so many mixed messages when it comes to health. I’m sure you’ve felt confused now and then, especially if you’ve tried diet after diet and fitness plan after fitness plan, only to be met by an unbudging scale.
As a registered dietitian, I understand your frustrations.
Confusion, overwhelm, and the feeling of doing it alone can quickly derail your good intentions.
That’s where LEAN comes in. This program will clear up all the confusion, give you the facts that matter, and train you how to eat healthy in the midst of a busy, hectic life. You’ll learn all the secrets to successful and sustainable lifestyle changes that really work, and you’ll do it right alongside a supportive community.
Ashley McCrary, owner of Healthy Little Peach, is one of those people who’s been through it personally, so you know you can trust what she has to say. Her nutrition journey includes fighting Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome as well as waving 80 pounds goodbye. Today, Ashley has created the resource she longed for when fighting for her own fitness and health.
Unlike some health blogs, you’ll never once feel restricted while eating Ashley’s recipes. You’ll find holiday treats like her White Christmas Margaritas, crave-worthy dinners like her Keto Lobster Scampi, and indulgent desserts like her Keto Chocolate Truffles.
Guess what the best part is…
Ashley’s recipes are wholesome and delicious and she also has a handy tool on her site that allows you to organize the recipes by your personal diet or restrictions, whether you want a dairy-free breakfast, keto lunch, Whole30 dinner, or vegan snack.
When it comes to keeping resolutions, leaning on an expert’s advice can be a game-changer. In his podcast, Dr. Hyman shares how to use food as medicine.
Dr. Mark Hyman is leading a health revolution—one revolved around using food as medicine to support longevity, energy, mental clarity, happiness, and so much more. He is a practicing family physician and an internationally recognized leader, speaker, educator, and advocate in the field of Functional Medicine.
I listen to his podcast and feel it’s a great resource for anyone working to improve their health in 2021. Remember, health starts in the kitchen.
Well + Good is like a drug for health and wellness junkies like us. Covering all the crave-worthy subjects like skincare tips, nutrition, fitness, relationships, and holistic treatment, Well + Good might become your new binge resource.
How does this relate to New Year’s resolutions? Well + Good gets you in the right mindset. Each article will encourage you to try something new or explore something unknown. Simply put, it goes down as easy as Pinterest but it’ll motivate you like a TedTalk.
There you have it, 5 tools that will help you meet those New Year’s resolution goals in 2021.
Nothing here is a magical cure, but the results can be magical if you commit to progress in 2021. You deserve it after a year like 2020. Prioritize your health, try out these tools, and join us for the next session of LEAN.