why so many new year’s resolutions fail 12.8.11
Late December is a popular time to picture your ideal self: The you who consistently eats right, reads more books, and never procrastinates. I know, I fantasize my ideal self around this time every year. And then the inevitable happens–life. Typically, by February I’ve given into the fact that cauliflower takes more work than cupcakes and am back to spending guilty evenings with Glee instead of Gertrude Stein.
The annual rise and fall of my good intentions made me a good person to write a guest blog about failed New Year’s Resolutions for PATH. The name stands for Planned Action Toward Health and the organization has a great track record providing worksite wellness programs. You can read the blog here.