15 Awesome Health Goals Which Anyone Can Keep

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Hello Everyone!

Can I just say the Queen of Awesomeness wishes you all an Awesome New Year 😁

And yup we are in that time of year where, everyone is rushing, trying to organize their life, ready to complete their New Years Resolution determined to finally keep them, however, hard that may be. But sometimes harder than keeping one is creating one suitable in the first place. Stuck for ideas? Here are a few New Years Resolutions.

  1. To love my body regardless of its body type, its current mass etc
  2. To eat five fruits and vegetables a day
  3. To drink more water
  4. To complete more research on the history of medicine, e,g why not research about Hippocrates?πŸ˜‰
  5. To read a self-help book every month
  6. To watch programs which will aid to, my personal growth, and will help me motivate me to become a healthier person, e,g: super size vs super skinny
  7. To take up a new class, e,g Sumba, swimming etc
  8. To move around more
  9. To learn a new recipe every single week
  10. To explore food from different cultures
  11. To learn about my body type in order to have a realistic visualization of what a healthy body type is for me
  12. To reduce the amount of processed foods I eat
  13. To increase the number of times I eat home-cooked foods
  14. To lose weight healthily and see it as a work in progress rather than an expectation for, perfection.
  15. To live each moment to the fullest, by being kind to myself through conceding kindness to my body.

As you may see these health goals aren’t necessarily big, crazy, oomph ones (such as go bungee jumping in the Amazonian rainforest just after I finish trekking through the Sahara desert) but when achieving any goal, baby steps are always vital.

It’s more than possible to complete your New Years Resolution, it takes time, dedication and perseverance but we can all do it!

What is your New Year Goals?

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29 thoughts on “15 Awesome Health Goals Which Anyone Can Keep

  1. TheOriginalPhoenix says:

    My New Year goals are to fix my relationships with my brother and mum, get back in shape, and get better grades. Simple idea, tough carry-through. But I’ll do it for sure.

    All of your ideas are fine, I’d just caution you on the “read a self-help book each month.” There’s a such thing as too much self-help and it can be more damaging than not doing anything at all. It’s because you start to question if you’ll ever be good enough and it can get problematic. In my opinion, it’s best to just read self-help books as needed because you’re the one judging that you can do better and you want to do better. You’re more motivated to improve yourself and it’s safer.

    By the way, is that a new profile picture you have? You look so pretty!

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    • Nyse says:

      Thanks ever so much, I should have been more specific on that as I couldn’t agree with you more on that point. And your New Goals sound absolutely beautiful and anything that is worth having doesn’t come easy :-).
      And thanks for the compliment, I can say the same about your profile picture!

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  2. Shaggy says:

    Quite a resolution I’d say….
    Even my are a bit similar…
    Although I find it really hard to stick to my plans or resolutions
    Healthy fooding is one auch goal,
    Putting down sone weight among others

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    • Nyse says:

      They’re similar? For some reason that sounds awesome. Yes, I feel like when it comes to these goals they take a while to accomplish :-). Have you seen Blogilates youtube channel?
      I don’t know about you but I love some of the recipes she creates.

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  3. didisahertianblog says:

    My 2017 goal is go with the flow.
    2016 was a big challenged for me.

    Now time to start with a baby step, learn from my past.
    Love my self and my family first
    Last but not least always thankful to God of this universe who created beautiful world.

    nice blog and post.
    keep up keep it up.

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    https://dididinananasahertianblog.wordpress.com/

    Would be very welcome too if you have some comment from one of my post.

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  4. sarastryhas says:

    This is an awesome post. I think it’s very important for people to set health goals. I also think it’s very important for people to set achievable goals. Sometimes people set too high of goals where they can’t achieve them. Small goals are what give people greater outcomes!

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    • Nyse says:

      Yes, I certainly agree! Health goals should be part of your life, not just a dream which maintains locked in your head.And yes even a journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. Thanks for stopping by and writing this positive message 😊

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    • Nyse says:

      Thank you ever so much for the supportive comment posted, GlitsandGlamz. I loved your post on how to achieve the New Years Resolution Goals-around 97% more of the population needs to read this! And best wishes to your New Years Resolution! xo

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    • Nyse says:

      Thank you ever so much for the positive comment. I most definitely agree with you, setting goals are important to get somewhere in life !😊☺

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  5. Invisibly Me says:

    Trying more new recipes and learning more on a subject (history of medicine would be interesting!) are good ones for me too. I also wants to practice more gratefulness, write a little more and stop stressing so much. I think being healthy is great, though I would also say (from some who had eating disorders for years) you are beautiful as you are, even if your body shape never changes! Perhaps focusing on what your body allows you to do each day and why you are thankful for it would be a good one for your list? πŸ™‚
    Caz x

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    • Nyse says:

      Thank you for the kind suggestion, it was what I was trying to suggest with number 15, but I’ll definitely take your advice on stating why you are thankful for it 😊. As someone who previously also dealt with body image issues, and began to make herself sick to see if I would look even skinnier (and believe me I was naturally skinner than most people anyway) I can’t stress the importance of loving yourself, and to not ever let the media mess up with your mind.

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