by Nutracelle Staff February 04, 2020 2 min read

New Year’s Resolutions: Daily Check-In

January has ended and we’re the first to admit: New Year’s resolutions can be difficult to keep! Staying true to the resolution you made at the beginning of the year for a whole 366 days? (Yep -- Leap Year is here!) It’s hard. 

The good news:  you can do hard things

We’ve adopted a simple way to remind ourselves of all the things we’re capable of on a regular basis:a daily check-in!

Spend a few minutes each day (in the morning while you’re getting ready, at lunch, in the carpool line, or even while you’re on a walk) to check-in with yourself and your goals. 

 

The things to focus on for this simple check-in include: 

WHO: Who is helping me reach my goals? Who am I helping reach theirs?

WHAT:What am I most proud of today? 

WHERE:Where can I go for support? Where can I go to support others?

WHEN:When do I feel the strongest and capable of achieving my goals?

WHY:Why did I make this goal at the beginning of the year? Why have I stuck with it? Why have I been successful?

HOW:How can I move forward today in a way that supports my goal? 


Here’s an example of this check-in being used: 

New Year’s Resolution: move my body for at least 30 minutes each day & have my protein shake!

WHO: My best friend and workout partner, Bailey!

WHAT: Taking a walk on my lunch break to enjoy my protein shake instead of sitting at my desk!

WHERE: My group of friends and fellow gym-goers!

WHEN: During my workout -- it’s hard but feels so good to be strong!

WHY: I feel good when I feed by body the nutrition it needs & when I move my body to stay active throughout the day! Knowing I can lift heavy weights and run far feels amazing!

HOW: Fuel my body with high-protein and fiber-packed foods and lots of water! 

How you implement this daily check-in is completely up to you!

Maybe it helps to write down each section in a notebook or make a daily post in our accountability support group, Nutratalk, maybe you stand in front of a mirror and speak the answers aloud, or maybe you call a friend to share. 

This practice is a fantastic way to be self-aware and conscious of where you’re at with accomplishing your goals. In fact, self-awareness is said to be a trait that helps usdevelop emotional intelligence.

When you’re doing your check-in, think of it as building a strong relationship with yourself! You’ll be on your way to accomplishing your goals & having healthy relationships all around. 

Thanks for reading!

STAY CONNECTED!

Don't forget to follow us on social media to stay up to date on contests, promotions, recipes, transformations and more! ♥
Join the family:
NutraTalk Facebook Community
Facebook
Instagram
Twitter
Pinterest

 

Nutracelle Staff
Nutracelle Staff



Also in Your Health

Foods to Freeze: Your Guide to Smart Shopping
Foods to Freeze: Your Guide to Smart Shopping

by Nutracelle Staff April 02, 2020 4 min read

Read More
Staying Mentally, Spiritually & Physically Healthy while Working from Home
Staying Mentally, Spiritually & Physically Healthy while Working from Home

by Tracy Stewart March 27, 2020 7 min read

If working from home is new to you, or maybe you're just out of practice, you're not alone.  Many of us are feeling the strain of our regular routine being interrupted, children and adults alike.  Without a set schedule for getting up, leaving the house, and coming home... chances are you're feeling a little scatter-brained and overwhelmed. Let's work together on creating a mentally-safe, physically-empowering routine for your new at-home life.
Read More
Immune-Boosting Nutrition: How to Protect Yourself from the Inside Out
Immune-Boosting Nutrition: How to Protect Yourself from the Inside Out

by Nutracelle Staff March 24, 2020 7 min read

Practicing social distancing, self-isolating and hand-washing are the obvious ways to stay safe, but did you know certain foods we eat can play a huge role in our ability to fight off infections? In this blog we'll teach you the best way to boost your immune system so you can feel confident during a time of such uncertainty. 
Read More

JOIN NUTRACLUB