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What are your plans for 2019? New Year, New You?

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Do you believe in New Year’s resolutions? Is it time for a new year, new you? We are hearing so much about not making resolutions but instead changing your way of thinking. At Sugarman, we are always looking at ways to change and improve so we thought you may like to see our top tips on being the best you in 2019.

Set goals – Whether this may be losing weight, getting a new job, quitting smoking or meeting new people, you can set one or many goals to kick off your new year. We would advise to set only one or two goals at a time, so to make them realistic and achievable.

Share them – Write them down, tell a friend, share on social media, however you want to do it, sharing your goals can be really beneficial to tap into support to help you achieve them. If it’s a goal that’s personal and you don’t want to share, write it down and keep coming back to it. It will be a good prompt for you to keep striving for it.

Keep progress – Keeping a note of progress is so important when working towards goals – it shows you how far you have come and spurs you on to carry on. If you are losing weight you could make a note of the scales figures, or take progress photos. If you are introducing exercise, make a note of distance or duration to keep tracking your progress. It will give you a great boost.

Reward yourself – Who doesn’t love a pat on the back for a good job. Rewarding yourself for making leaps and strides towards your ambitions is a great motivator.

We hope you achieve everything you wish to in 2019 and hope these tips help you along the way in your new year, new you ambitions.

If you want to change the way you support your teams in 2019, get in touch with Sugarman Occupational Health Services. We support organisations across the UK with occupational health service provision, helping you create a healthy, happy and contented workforce. Contact us on 02476 309727, send us a message HERE  or follow Sugarman Occupational Health Services on Facebook for the latest news.



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