Its that time again, the end of one year and the start of a new. New Year's is a natural milestone that prompts us to reflect, to plan and to aspire. If you're like the majority of lifestyle resolution makers, you started last year with the best of intentions to "lose weight" , "eat healthier" or "exercise more" but now find the results fall short of your aspirations. Surveys have indicated that over 50% of us make resolutions but only 10% keep them in part because the resolutions themselves weren't well thought out.
The first step to keeping your New Year's resolution is to set SMART goals.
The acronym SMART stands for: Read more →