Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Resolution Check-In

Just a few months ago, many of us resolved to make changes in our lives. What happened?

Consider some of the traits of those who keep new, healthier habits:

They believe in their ability to change.
They know that keeping old habits and forming new ones are choices that they control.

They don't blame themselves or make excuses.
Instead of giving up after "falling off the wagon," they dust themselves off and recommit to their goal.

They concentrate on measurable results.
They track their progress.

They make change a long-term lifestyle decision.
Diets don't work. Abandoning unhealthy habits requires thinking long term.

If you've fallen out of the habit of regular, preventive chiropractic care, it's not too late to get back in the habit!

Patient information provided by the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors

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