Did you start the year with good intentions to lose weight, get organized, or spend less/save more? And how are you doing so far? Did you fall off the wagon sometime between January 1st and today? If you have, don’t fret, you’re in good company. Fewer than 2% of people actually follow-through on their New Year’s Resolutions.
But this year is going to be different.
Today, Sarah & Alicia are talking about how to rescue your New Year’s resolutions.
Listen in as the Get Buttoned Up co-hosts sit down with three experts who will tell you how to get back on track to realizing the goals you set for yourself at the beginning of the year (fueled by champagne or not). Their first guest is Chris Coash from Jenny Craig, who shares tips and strategies for jump starting your diet and, more importantly, keeping the good work up over the long haul. Next up is Deb Allison Lee, a certified professional organizer in the Washington DC area and woman behind the website dallisonlee.com. She’s got great perspective on the biggest organizational pitfalls and how you can overcome them. And finally, they’ll speak with Amy Suardi, the woman behind the fabulous blog Frugal-Mama.com, and frequent contributor to GetButtonedUp.com on all things frugal.
Sarah and Alicia will summarize the three biggest secrets for getting your resolution mo-jo back and sticking to it. They’ll also push you to get back on the wagon in this week’s “Challenge.”
If you’ve ever had an intention to change but failed to follow through, this is a great podcast to listen to. Put the strategies they uncover in this episode to work for you and come December 31st, you’ll be able to count yourself as one of the elite few who actually stuck to their resolutions this year.