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New Year’s Resolutions: Tips for Setting (and Sticking to) Your Goals

New Year’s Resolutions: Tips for Setting (and Sticking to) Your Goals


A new year is often a time when we rethink our eating habits and try to make smart changes to our diet. But sometimes taking an extreme view of dieting can quickly become overwhelming and before long our resolutions end up in the rear-view mirror.

Whatever your individual goals may be, it’s important to cut yourself some slack if you stumble or feel like giving up. Just remember that it’s never too late to stick to (or restart) your resolutions. And even if you are on a low-carb diet (or a restrictive one like keto), Nunbelievable is here to help you stay on track without sacrificing an occasional sweet treat.

Our delicious low-carb cookies are the perfect snack for any eating plan you might be following. They come infour mouthwatering varieties: chocolate chip, pecan sandy, snickerdoodle, and double chocolate chip, and each cookie contains just 2 to 3 grams of carbohydrates, zero added sugars, and only 50 calories. They’re also gluten free and arediabetes friendly.



And if you need more incentive to give them a try: Don’t forget that for every sale we make, we donate meals to one of our impact partners inthe fight against hunger.) So as you set goals for yourself, here are a few helpful tips for keeping on top of your New Year's resolutions:

• Big Goals, Small Steps — Set ambitious targets for yourself (how many pounds you want to lose, how much money you want to save, how many books you want to read, etc.), but break your goal down into smaller targets. If your overall aim is to lose 30 pounds, it might feel more attainable to try dropping 3 pounds a month. It’s helpful to start any resolution or lifestyle change with a carefully planned strategy to keep yourself from feeling overwhelmed or discouraged.

• Hold Yourself Accountable — Whether it’s relying on yourself to track your progress in private or enlisting friends and family to help keep you honest, it’s important to take a realistic look at what’s working — and what isn’t. There’s no need to beat yourself up when you slip up (it happens to everyone!), just keep track of what went wrong and try to understand the reasons why. Be honest with yourself, but remember to be self-compassionate as well.

• Study Your Own History — If this isn’t the first time you’ve made the same resolution, take stock of what has worked in the past, and what hasn’t. Did you try to do too much too quickly? Not enough? Were you too hard on yourself when you fell short of your goals? This could be a good time to ask a close friend or family member to offer some (gentle) insight into their observations.

• One more key thing:It’s always a good idea to consult with your doctor or a trained nutrition professional before starting a diet or eating plan.

Whatever your goals are for this year, it’s important to keep a positive attitude. We encourage you to share your successes. Tag us on Facebook and Instagram with your progress. And don’t forget to order our low-carb cookies here!

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