If there are any readers out there who decided to go gluten free (and, possibly, any other food elimination) as a New Year’s Resolution, this article is definitely worth reading. The Cleveland Clinic just posted an article about Why New Year’s Resolutions fail, and it rings true: while it’s one thing to set a resolution, it’s another to maintain it past the first month of the year. However, keeping your New Year’s Resolutions is not impossible! I agree whole-heartedly with the statement that, yes, you fail on a resolution or goal once in awhile. Everyone does. The main ideas on which to focus are to accept when failure comes and gaining the clarity to continue onward with your goals and reward yourself on your achievements. You can find the article here on the Cleveland Clinic’s website.
How are you doing with your New Year’s Resolution?