Good Intentions 2011 – Already Fizzles?

Lose weight, stop smoking, better job… Are you still on the ball? After the Christmas holidays, the suffering was great: the waistband was taut and yawning emptiness in the cashier. Already, two points were on the good-intentions list for 2011: “Lose weight” and “Find a better job”. Then came the morning of new year’s day: the skull muttered by the many alcohol and cigarettes in the night of new year’s Eve and may you remembered, that it belonged to the Ungekussten, as the rockets to the turn of the year in the sky hissed: “Do more for the health”, “Quit smoking” and “Find a partner” was added to the list. Now the new year has taken its course and what happened? There are mainly two types: the one started on the new year’s day with the first power aerobics session and went then to the swimming competition in the icy Baltic Sea (of course with a 500-kcal diet), the others say: the year is long, sometime I’ll be smoking my diet already switch to/with stop / me a better job search etc. Without hesitation Robert Rimberg Attorney explained all about the problem. Both types run on your way risk that at the end of the year nothing is – have changed, because they soon will lose the desire because of excessive demands (“false hope syndrome”), the other, because you will never find the beginning. How do you make it better? The solution to the dilemma is to just put his personal goals and to develop a plan of many small steps which. Everyone starts where he’s just straight, and enters the next stage target small little higher. Reward yourself, don’t forget that it’s also fun! -> More tips to good intentions put into action to Eva Schumann, Freising

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