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FRIDAY, Jan. 3, 2020 (HealthDay News) You made your resolutionthis year was finally going to be the year you lost weight. But then your neighbor stopped by with a plate of cookies, and well.

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If you think about the New Year’s resolution, you pick one day a year to start changes and if you fall off the wagon, it’s. New Year’s Resolutions Didn’t Stick? Try a Monday Reset FRIDAY, Jan. 3, 2020 You made your resolution this year was finally going to be the year you lost weight. But then your neighbor stopped by with a plate of cookies, and well, your resolve didn’t even last a day.

New Year’s resolutions didn’t stick? Try a Monday reset. by Serena Gordon, Healthday Reporter New Year’s resolutions didn’t stick? Try a Monday reset.

It’s called the Healthy Monday Reset, and the idea is to send you into the week with a fresh mindset. “What we really want people to do is implement a mindset change. If you think about the New Year’s resolution, you pick one day a year to start changes and if you fall off the wagon, it’s another year,” explained Ron Hernandez, the managing director of The Monday Campaigns. Try A Reset Experts say using Monday to reset your goals can get you back on track after a slip-up. You made your resolution this year was finally going to be the year you lost weight. But then.

FRIDAY, Jan. 3, 2020 (HealthDay News) — You made your resolution — this year was finally going to be the year you lost weight. But then your neighbor stopped by with a plate of cookies, and well, your resolve didn’t even last a day.

Maybe next year? But instead of looking at your resolutions [ ]. It’s called the Healthy Monday Reset, and the idea is to send you into the week with a fresh mindset. “What we really want people to do is implement a mindset change. If you think about the New Year’s resolution, you pick one day a year to start changes and if you fall off the wagon, it’s another year,” explained Ron Hernandez, the managing director of The Monday Campaigns.

It’s called the Healthy Monday Reset, and the idea is to send you into the week with a fresh mindset. “What we really want people to do is implement a mindset change. If you think about the New Year’s resolution, you pick one day a year to start changes and if you fall off the wagon, it’s another year,” explained Ron Hernandez, the managing director of The Monday Campaigns. New Year’s Resolutions Didn’t Stick? Try a Monday Reset.

You made your resolution this year was finally going to be the year you lost weight. But then your neighbor stopped by with a plate of cookies, and well, your resolve didn’t even last a day. Maybe next year?

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I’m not fond of New Year’s Resolutions with their arbitrary start date of January 1, so I decided to begin my change that day by exercising for 30 minutes at home.

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New Year’s resolutions are kind of a joke.

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I determined to make no resolutions until the expiration of those three months, but to try.

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The New Year seemed as good a time as any to make resolutions for the future, so, while I waited for the bread to rise, I got out my journal and wrote down my “10 New Year’s Resolutions”:

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I never have been in favor of making good resolutions on New Year’s Day just because it was the first day of the year.

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But like all New Year’s resolutions, it didn’t last very long.

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None of us would ever succeed with 20 New Year’s resolutions and the same applies to a change in eating habits.

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Last January, when we made all those brave new resolutions, we felt so strong, so dedicated, so undefeatable!

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New Year’s was coming up, and I was excited to have a plan behind my annual resolution to lose weight.

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  • It amazes me everytime!
    I have rusty towel racks and stuff… But I’m like… SO not at a point yet where that is my obvi next to do! Theres SO much that has to be done before I’ll get to that… But I have Hope.
    Let the sparking of Joy Begin!
    Konmarieing in 2020!

  • I do my spices alphabetically too. Definitely easier. Who wants to browse through your entire spice collection if you could jump to “C”?

  • Love the organising and reset videos, they really motivate to actually get stuff done! The spices look so perfect, where did you find the jars they are in?

  • I am with you with the sleep! I am going to make sure I go to bed earlier. Waking up at 5 is the only way to get things done and get some time before my daughter is awake so if i do nothing else but sleep more consistently, it will be a huge step. Also, weekly checkin with my husband on money. That one is hard because i need to convince him it’s important but I know it will be worth it if he and I are more clearly in sync. Thanks for this video! I love the reset in the fall to make it easier to get my mind right for the new year!

  • This video started out with a stab in the back as I am currently staying up way later than I need to. I don’t budget despite all the financial help YT’ers I follow. I do not exercise. I do invest so I’m good there. Life review… I do it all the time to see where I am, where I’ve been, and where do I want to go or think that I will end up. I’m always in “me time”. Something new… It’s been handled.

  • Just found you and loved this video!! I’m 43 and I still need to remind myself to do these little things to take care of myself. Thanks!! �� Annie

  • 20:55 Where is the scientific evidence that fat cells can change your short term thinking patterns in order to survive? ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

  • I have been wanting to organize my new flat during the holidays, starting tomorrow. So going to watch this video first thing in the morning!

  • Put a piece of clear packing tape over the labels on your spice jars and the writing wont fade as easy and be wipeable as well.:)

  • Girl I love u and that’s exactly what I needed…. Also you somehow remind me of Hwasa from MAMAMOO idk why but something about your aura or vibe or just your confidence

  • These tips are so on point! Thanks for sharing.
    Some of them I already incorporate in my daily routine and I can say for sure that they work!

  • 6:40 I follow the 20/20 rule when it comes to keeping items “just in case”

    The Minimalists wrote, “Anything we get rid of that we truly need, we can replace for less than $20 in less than 20 minutes from our current location.”

    I’ve rarely missed any of the items I thought I “needed”, most of the time I forgot I even had them and decluttered them anyway! �� decluttering is definitely a process but it’ll become easier to let go as time goes on

    Here’s a link to the blog post �� https://www.theminimalists.com/jic/

  • I love watching closet declutter videos…i used to hoard my stuff but since 1 year ago I’ve decluttereed so much and I enjoy the process��. It feels so nice after. Plus donation is a good cause soo win win