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23 tips for starting fresh in 2012

posted by Sarah on January 3, 2012 | print article | e-mail to a friend
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  • Luisa

    Great article.  thanks for the tips.  I have highlighted like 15 that I will put in practice.  My faves #6 and #8…

  • Jim Riesterer

    Some great advice!

  • Corinne Gregory

    This is a helpful article with great tips. I was thinking about this topic myself the last few days, and decided to delve into the psychology of why change is so hard, and how we can set ourselves up to succeed with positive changes we promise to make. I hope this article is helpful to your readers!
     
    http://corinnegregory.com/blog/2012/01/03/success-strategies-changing-is-hard-but-change-doesnt-have-to-be/
     
    - Corinne Gregory
    http://www.corinnegregory.com

  • Sarah

    Here’s to keeping those resolutions this year Luisa! Glad these tips were useful.

  • SarahButtonedUp

    Thanks Corinne! Lovely essay. Change IS hard. But it is also possible. Happy 2012.

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  • http://www.peasandcrayons.com Jenn @ Peas and Crayons

    I really want to accomplish all of the above!!!!!! I also need to find  more inner strength to cope with military deployments and any other wrenches life keeps throwing my way.  I’ve got to cry less and laugh  more! =)

  • lili

    loved your tips!!!trying really hard to keep up with my goals this year!:)

  • http://www.TimeMan.com/ GetTime

    An Acronym I teach in my time management classes (www.TimeMan.com) is to set SMART goals. S= Specific M=Measurable A=Achievable R=Realistic T=Timed. Most people forget to make their goal measurable and instead they use vague words like better or more. Exercise more is too vague. A better way to say it might be to exercise 5 days a week for at least 30 minutes a day.

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