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Wait until New Years or Not?

This is the Sauce Maker (me), Lion, Drewsoph (ok with the nicknames) giving some tips on New Year (not years) resolution. The most common one I hear is🗣🗣🗣🗣🗣🗣🗣 IMMA DROP THIS WEIGHT.

If that’s your goal let me give you some realistic tips to help. Get with someone who does nutrition. Here are two names @lindseystroker & @clare_resilient . Why do I say this first before getting a new outfit or signing up for some magic plan? Nutrition is the foundation. If the foundation is off everything else will eventually be off. When people say, “I don’t eat bad” they’re usually referring to a good day they had. Someone who does nutrition can help you be accountable which we all need. Be honest, we ALLLLLL could use help unless your @allstallone in ROCKY 4.

Small consistent steps will do more than here and there big jumps. If 50lbs is the goal stretch it out over the year. Maybe 2lbs a month (don’t frown on that one). If you want to drop 50lbs, it’s new habits you need to create. Your old habits or ways won’t sustain you.

Lastly, start now. You got three weeks until the New Year. This gives you a head start. Share this to help someone!

Progress is extremely hard when you’re focusing on 10 things at once. You might say, “So then how can I make progress when I want to be great at a lot of things”? 🙋🏽‍♂️🙋🏻‍♀️👇🏽👇🏽

1. Be specific about what you CAN do. Write down what’s in your control and what you can do yourself.

2. Realize doing everything all at once means something is not going to come out well. I know multitasking is a badge of honor but, it will catch up to you.

3. Small steps versus giant leaps of

an area you’ve seen setbacks in. You’re better with a tiny step every week than one big leap per month.

4. Ask/pay for help. You won’t conquer all by yourself. You need the right people around you.


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