New Year's ResolutionsSo many people have set themselves up for failure in the past by not having a plan of how to achieve their New Year's resolutions that they have given up on the concept altogether. Here are a few tips on how to improve your chances of actually achieving goals you set for resolutions, rather than giving up after a few days.
1. WRITE your goal(s) down. This will help you define clearly what your objective is rather than just a vague idea of what you want to do. Put this list in a place you’ll see it often like next to your bathroom mirror or as your screen's background, or maybe even make something fancy of it like put it in a picture frame or something, not just on a sticky note buried somewhere under your bed. This will help remind you of your goal.
2. Instead of making goals to quit a bad habit, which often only causes you to further obs
Processed Meat and Cancer - THE FACTS(Commentary by guest blog - CancerResearchUK)
You've probably seen today's headlines, about the fact that processed meat has been classified as a 'definite' cause of cancer. And red meat is a 'probable' cause.
The decision – coordinated by a respected international body – has been so highly anticipated by the media that speculation about the announcement has been building since last week.
But a link between certain types of meat and some forms of cancer