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  • Sam DiFranco

New Year, New Resolutions

New Year’s resolutions are made year after year. Many people start the new year with a clear goal in mind and unfortunately after some time let the goal slip away. Life happens and sometimes it is difficult to stay on track with new year’s resolutions. Instead of making some far out goal, start with little goals, break your big goal into achievable steps. Instead of saying something general like, “This year I am going to be healthier,” make an actionable plan with steps that will help you to achieve your particular goal. Some ideas for this example are: start taking vitamins, exercising three times a week, and making meal plans every week.

Making goals is the easy part, putting them into action is a whole other story. If you need help in identifying or creating an actionable plan to complete your goals visit or call  813-244-1251 to make an appointment.

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