To stay on track with your goals, you should make them SMART: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Tied to a Deadline. Here’s how to apply them to your weight loss goals.
During the past year with COVID-19, many playgrounds are closed, team sports are on hold, and less kids are out in the neighborhood playing. Instead they’re watching YouTube videos, online gaming, and attending school on Zoom. They’re more sedentary than ususal
Any goal worth pursuing is sure to be loaded with surprises and setbacks. Not only should you expect them, you should welcome them. Any goal that proceeds without a hitch or two is probably too puny to be worthwhile. Failure builds strength and will more than likely produce a stronger result in the long run. Knowing there will be challenges in the pursuit of your goal should be inspiring, but if you need a little more encouragement to build momentum, there are ways to keep up your enthusiasm.