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Traditionally at New Year we set ourselves resolutions which, frankly, I find hard to stick to by the middle of January! But research has shown that if we start small and set easy goals that are achievable we are more likely to to stick to them and actually increase those goals, as we go along. Also, research has proven that if we add a new behaviour to an already existing habit, we are more likely to stick with it i.e. whilst boiling the kettle for your first coffee of the day, do 10 star jumps or squats, easy enough eh? Dr Rangan Chaterjee has a good book on this subject called Feel Better in 5, check it out and see what you think .....

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