GUEST POST: January 11 — just a couple of days ago — was the day when, statistically speaking, people are most likely to have given up on their New Year resolutions. From a psychological perspective, this make sense. The human brain doesn’t like change. Most of us can make temporary lifestyle changes for a week
The latest mid-winter Bariatric Cookery Newsletter is now out and has some great healthy and comforting recipe ideas for bariatric-friendly food. It also has some ideas on how to combat the usual New Year diet madness and some pointers for moving positively through the coming months for successful weight-loss, maintenance and handling regain.
I love this time between Christmas and New Year – a time for me to sit back and ponder over the year gone by and the year to come, but no pressure as yet to clean out the kitchen, sort the piles of receipts and bills, although there’s the thank you notes to write.
I haven’t quite got my head around my new year plans and resolutions as yet, but I have been reading quite a bit about changing my mindset to make it more of a reality rather than a pipe dream. I have documented before my struggle with setting exercise goals (and tried various different
January seemed like a long, long month! ‘Dry’ for some and challenging for so many others in different ways. But here we are … February … and a new opportunity to make this month count in terms of fitness, health and weight-loss or maintenance. Have your resolutions held firm since the New Year?