It’s the time of year when people start making their New Year’s resolutions.
Nutritionist Vincent Ng says that setting small goals can help you stick to your resolutions.
“New Year hits and we make these really ambitious goals, that by mid-January, we feel pretty burnt-out by.”
He says smaller goals are more achievable, and help you feel like you’re accomplishing something important to you.
When it comes to the common New Year’s resolution to eat healthier, Ng adds that swapping processed food for healthier food can help you achieve a healthier 2019.