Seven Steps for Making Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick 

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Year Published
2018
Author (Organization)
Harvard Health Publishing, Harvard Medical School 
Resource Type
Other
Resource Language
English

Creating new habits takes time and energy. New behaviors don't become automatic overnight, but you may enjoy some benefits fairly quickly. For example, as you start to take walks regularly or engage in stress-soothing practices frequently, you'll find you won't feel quite right if you stop – and that can be a great incentive to continue. This online article suggests nudging yourself in the direction you'd like to go and offers seven tips to help you create long-lasting change. 

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