Wednesday, January 27, 2016

How Are Your New Year's Resolutions coming along?


While talking with friends about their New Year's Resolutions and researching a few statistics, I decided many years ago to forgo making any New Year’s Resolutions and now have some data to back-up my decision. 

According to Details.com, here are just a few facts that make making New Year’s Resolutions a definite no-no.

  • 45% of Americans usually make New Year's Resolutions
  • 1 in 3: Number of people who ditch their vows by the end of January.
  • 73% gave up before meeting their goal.
  • 4: The number of times those same people have given up on their fitness resolutions in the past.

The Top 3 American Resolutions:
  • 21% Weight loss
  • 14% Improve finances
  • 14% Exercise
So in seeing these statistics - I suggest...
"The 3 Most Important Things You Should Not Do For Your New Year's Resolution"

  1. Don’t Set New Year’s Resolutions
  2. Don’t Write Them Down or Tell Anyone
  3. Don’t FAIL!!!

Funny If you Do #1 +# 2 then you will also DO #3.   

So here's to you successfully NOT failing this year and every year forward - Great Job!  That’s how easy it is to stop the craziness, stop the self-sabotaging and moving toward achieving your success.

With that huge New Year – New You battle out of the way we can look at another big battle we usually struggle with this time of year. DIETING!!!!

Again I suggest...“The 3 Most Important Things You Should Not Do For Optimal Health”

  1. Don’t Go on a Diet or Count Calories or Points
  2. Don’t Use Your Scale to Measure Your Health
  3. Don’t Fail Ever Again – EVER!!!

Here’s the TRUTH... Most people don’t know how their bodies function.  Ask yourself,
"do you fully comprehend the synergy between foods and activities—and how it all relates to weight, metabolism, body chemistry and overall health?"


Sign into Living By Design – Weight Management 101 to start learning and once you understand how your body really works – your path to optimal health is clear.

Kathy Kaehler, Celebrity Trainer and USANA Spokesperson promotes making healthy food choices, being physically active and supplementing your body.  Making the commitment to new habits helps keep you going and programs that have a start and finish timeline usually don’t last.  She promotes The5-Day RESET to Lose the Cravings, Lose The Pounds and Find the New You.

The 5-Day RESET is simple and convenient.  Once the five days are completed, you can continue on the “After RESET”.  Kathy Kaehler says, “Participating in the RESET program is a powerful week in your life.  After RESET” is the most extraordinary journey you can take for the rest of your life.”

Once you have a crystal clear understanding of how your body works with these two programs, Living By Design educational system and USANA's RESET, achieving and maintaining ideal weight is like the other two #3’s mentioned above – You  Don’t FAIL! 


Living By Design with USANA Health Science

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