New Years resolutions

This post is coming a bit late, but it’s not your traditional resolution post. 

When we start making resolutions we sometimes start thinking about what we should change. For example…I should probably save money this year, I should lose weight, I should go to the gym more, etc. BUT what if you don’t want to? What if you’re healthy but your BMI is 26? What if you are financially stable and you love spending money on yourself, family, or friends? What if you HATE going to the gym but like exercising at home? Should you make the resolutions that you know you won’t keep? Of course not. Decide what you want, what is realistic, and what has meaning to you. Resolutions are about personal growth and betterment. If you don’t like a frugal you and can afford to spend money then spend within your means. If you exercise at home and spend more time with your family, embrace it! If you are healthy and your BMI is slightly over 25 then exercise for your health. Stop focusing on what others say you should be doing and start focusing on yourself 🙂


About healthyfitsam

I'm a wife and a mother of three who is trying to "green" up our house and help us become healthier individuals. I have my bachelors and masters in nutrition, am a Registered Dietitian and a Certified Sports Science Dietitian. My kids are into sports and all things ‘boy’. I love sharing my knowledge with others about little things I find out, so stay tuned.
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