Why Most New Year’s Weight Loss Resolutions Fail

Have you ever set a New Year’s resolution to lose weight in the past, but didn’t meet your goal? You’re not alone!

What I’ve found is that typically, people will set wellness goals that are focused on the outcome, not the process.

It’s difficult to resolve to have a result. When you resolve to focus on behaviors, then you’ll get the result that comes from…

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Writes about integrative health, embodied mindfulness and the interrelatedness of life. Follow her on Instagram @shirleyarcher

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