Celebrities are just like us when it comes to choosing New Year’s goals.
Fox News Digital spoke with experts to find out the best ways to keep your New Year’s resolutions alive, whether you’re trying to eat healthier or exercise more. rice field.
Celebrity fitness trainer Jillian Michaels explained how important it is to “connect emotionally to your reason.” Michaels has coached celebrities such as P!nk and Julia He Roberts.
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“Change is work,” Michaels told Fox News Digital. “But work with purpose becomes passion. Work without purpose feels punishing.”
The former “Biggest Loser” trainer emphasized that connecting to “your reasons” will keep you on track to reach your goals throughout the year.
“The key to the new year is to catch that momentum,” she added. Inspiration is this external source that gives you a jump start. You have to define a sense of lasting motivation to do and that’s part of the reason.”
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Life coach Susie Moore also stressed that it leads to the “why”, along with two other ways to sustain success.
Moore is a former Silicon Valley sales director turned advice columnist. Her confidence coaching and her life advice have been shared by celebrities such as Chris Jenner, Arianna Huffington, and Sarah Blakely.
Moore told Fox News Digital, “I observe that people who maintain and stick to their resolve have three core qualities.
First, Moore explained the importance of recognizing priorities.
“So in life, unless you have clear priorities for yourself, it’s very easy to get carried away like a plastic bag in the wind while paying attention to others.”
“Sometimes I feel like I just don’t have enough time,” Moore further explained. “Time is running out, but it’s not a lack of time. That’s the problem. It’s a lack of focus. Once you know what your priorities are, you make decisions based on the lens of clarity of priorities.” can do.”
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Second, Moore said to create boundaries based on your priorities.
“If we had priorities, respected our time, and had a clear understanding of where and when in our lives and who had access to what, we would be on track instead of constantly being distracted. It makes riding a lot easier,” she continued.
Finally, Moore emphasized that it is imperative to connect with “your reasons.”
“Why is this a top priority?” she told Fox News Digital. “And I think that when I envision my life in the future, one day I can look back at this year and this phase of my life that I’m in and ask myself: Am I happy? In life? Have you spent that time on this? And why is it important?”
“When you know your priorities, your boundaries become clearer, and when you connect with your reasons, action comes naturally.”
According to the Statista Global Consumer Survey, the three most common New Year’s resolutions for 2023 are to exercise more, eat healthier, and lose weight. These three resolutions were also the top ones for 2022.
Another common goal for Americans is to save money.
Jesse James Decker’s New Year’s resolution is to continue with her ‘Dancing with the Stars’ workout plan.
“I want to stay in shape from the show Dancing with the Stars. It was life-changing. To be honest, I’ve never been in that shape before and I’ve always been kind. Workout nuts,” she told Fox News Digital. “But I really enjoyed my fitness journey on that show.”
Country music star Blake Shelton told Fox News Digital that his New Year’s resolution is to have one alcoholic drink a day. But his new show, Barmageddon, will likely make that goal more difficult to achieve. Said.
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