We are already a month in to 2018 (It’s hard to believe, right?) and for many of us, the thought of keeping up those New Year’s resolutions we made at the outset of this year seem like a near impossible task. Don’t stress, we have you covered with some tips and tricks on sticking to your goals and ensuring you are able to succeed in making those positive changes that you so optimistically set as your resolutions at the start of the year.
The most common resolutions are one related to living a healthier lifestyle. For many, this involves changing their diet in an attempt to leave those poor eating habits in the past. There are a number of ways to do this, but one of my favorites is to download apps that track what you eat, what you should be eating, and help track your habits and patterns. One great app for this is Lose It, a user friendly app that tracks what you eat, counts calories, and helps keeps you motivated with a number of in app trackers that make losing weight and living a healthy lifestyle an attainable goal. The app even helps keep track of your steps and factors this into your calorie counts, letting you know when it is okay to have an extra snack or two.
Working out can seem like a daunting task. Between the amount of money it costs for a gym membership to the hassle of finding time in your busy schedule to be active, it can seem like an impossible task. When making changes to your lifestyle, it is important to not overwhelm yourself and to take things slowly. This infographic, taken from the resources page at Loan & Go, offers some great advice for people looking to start their fitness journey without destroying your budget:
Good luck on keeping your New Year’s resolutions, whatever they may be! We hope this has shed some light on more ways to get fit and better yourself without breaking the bank.
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