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Dr. Mike Roizen
Dr. Mike Roizen is chief medical officer at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute, an award-winning author, and has been the doctor to eight Nobel Prize winners and more than 100 Fortune 500 CEOs.

Dr. Mike Roizen

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Two Tips for Realizing Your Resolutions

Michael Roizen, M.D. By Friday, 28 January 2022 11:33 AM Current | Bio | Archive

It’s a good bet that many people are not sticking to their New Year's resolutions to eat better, exercise more, and de-stress. Resolutions often fail because they're faulty. But I want to encourage you not to give up. Instead, reshape your resolutions into goals you can actually meet.

Using the Monday Campaigns Healthy Monday Check-up Tool (www.mondaycampaigns.org), you can greet each week in 2022 with a renewed commitment, even if the past week you were somewhat off the mark.

Here are two simple ways you can strive for better health and happiness year-round:

1. Make resolutions you enjoy fulfilling. If resolutions add stress to your life, rewrite them so they're more doable. Maybe you want to eat more vegetables. Do you like to garden, either outside or on your windowsill? Then do that. Do you enjoy cooking in a wok? Decide to make two all-veggie wok dinners a week. Is it fun to cook with your kids? Ask them to choose vegetables for dinner and to be the veggie chef for the night. Or do all those things.

2. Hold yourself accountable. An exercise/nutrition/de-stressing buddy helps you stay motivated. So can a big wall calendar, on which you log your daily activities for all to see. Or get a fitness tracker — that can help you stay goal-oriented privately, if that's more your style.

Missing the mark on your resolutions isn't failure, it's an opportunity to refocus, redefine, and succeed.

© King Features Syndicate


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Resolutions often fail because they're faulty. But I want to encourage you not to give up. Instead, reshape your resolutions into goals you can actually meet.
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