Be S.M.A.R.T. with your New Year’s resolutions
New Year’s resolutions are easy to make and often even easier to break. But what if there was a better way? This year why not ditch the vague and wishy-washy ‘I want to lose weight’ or ‘I want to eat healthily’ and get smart about your objectives.
To help all the self-improvers out there the British Heart Foundation sent dietitian Victoria Taylor out onto the streets of London. Her mission? To turn some of the Great British public’s hopes for the New Year into specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and timely goals. Now that’s SMART.
Watch the video to find out how a simple acronym really can make a differenceTagged in: British Heart Foundation, new year's resolutions, SMART goals
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