Dr. Evans explains the research on why people are more successful when trying to make changes at New Years and, more importantly, how the 40% who are successful manage to stay on track with their goals.
He encourages people to make small shifts that incorporate new habits into their every day patterns and behaviors:
Instead of fending off one urge after another, good changers set up their lives to minimize temptations . . . . .
So – it sounds like this is a good time after all to take some moments for reflection and to organize your life to incorporate some new healthy habits that might help you make 2014 a year that is filled with vitality and well-being!