Some people opt out of New Year's goals and resolutions because they feel like failures when they struggle to stay on track. This is both common and perfectly understandable.
Even though there is some pressure to set big goals for the New Year, be careful to not make this a stressful task for you. Your goals are unique to you, and small, realistic goals will keep you motivated when they are achievable and sustainable. Try implementing S.M.A.R.T goals for the New Year. S-Specific, M-Measurable, A-Attainable, R-Relevant, and T-Time Based.
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Consider broader goals if this is particularly challenging, such as improving your self-care by dedicating one hour a week to an enjoyable or fulfilling activity. Some stress can be healthy and motivating, but if you are stressed out, your efforts could be counterproductive. Make this year your best one yet by making your health and wellness a priority.