The New Year is finally here, and with it, likely all sorts of thoughts about what you’d like to accomplish in the coming months, and how you’re going to get your life—and your health—back on track this year.
Even though you may have some lofty goals or resolutions, it is important to remember that the reality of your situation is much more realistic. Aspirations Without an actual You can also plan to use aren’t going to get you very far. You need to know how you’re going to take action, because that’s what is ultimately going to get your head in the right place.
Why You Need to Have a Plan
So let’s start by talking about why you really need a plan.
Because I think that for a lot of us—especially those that have struggled with our health and weight for a long time—we have this idea that we should just be able to fix it all on our own, right? We should be able eat healthily and lose weight without following a specific program.
I can totally understand. I’m a pretty independent person, and the idea that I would need to rely on someone else’s “system” to get healthy would normally kind of make me bristle a little bit. I like to have control. I like doing things my way.
So I can totally relate if that’s how you’re feeling. But here’s the hard cold truth: