How To Stick To Your New Year’s Resolutions

If you want the new year to bring a new you, The Huffington Post says you’ve got to get real.
And by real, experts that the Huff Post spoke to say that getting real specific is the key to sticking to your resolutions.
Amanda Stemen, the owner of FUNdaMENTALs, a psychotherapy and coaching group in Los Angeles, suggests not being too broad.
She explains, “Your resolutions need to be SMART: specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely.”
For example, if your goal is to cut back on social media, but are scared of FOMO, Kate Stoddard, an associate marriage and family therapist at Wellspace SF in Northern California has a few suggestions.
She says, “Ask yourself why you’re posting and what you want from it…”
To cut back on endless scrolling she adds, “Try making your feed intentional by spending 10 whole seconds on each post and deciding if this is something you want to follow or not.”


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