HOW TO GET BACK TO NORMAL AFTER CHRISTMAS
January is notoriously associated with New Year’s resolutions, but New Year’s resolutions are often, for the most part, unrealistic and unforgiving. It’s easy to tell yourself that you’ll commit to doing something, but putting it into practice can be easier said than done.
Set Realistic Goals...
These goals are much more attainable if you set realistic goals, and accurately manage your nutrition.
For example, if you’re not currently exercising consistently, telling yourself to exercise for an hour 6 times a week may seem daunting and, realistically, will not happen.
Similarly, if you’re set on solely eating salad leaves and juices for the next three months (something we do not recommend!), you’re likely to “give up” and “ruin” your diet.