As 2019 winds down and resolutions come to mind, consider something different for 2020. Forgo the unrealistic weight loss and gym goals and instead made a resolution to adopt a healthy lifestyle.
Resolutions are simply goals, but using January 1st to make a drastic change in your life is difficult to maintain. I'd even say that many New Year's resolutions set yourself up for failure.
Adopting lifestyle changes instead of trying fad diets can be done in incremental steps. Identifying the changes you want to make, and then thinking through how to achieve those changes is the best way to make sure your goals are achievable and, more importantly, that they're the right goal for you.
PlateJoy is a company that I work with that is fully equipped to help you in your health journey system. They're not a meal delivery service that delivers food for you to cook. Instead, PlateJoy is your personal health assistant.
PlateJoy will help you find recipes that suit your schedule, taste preferences, and goals, allowing you to adopt the changes that will help you achieve your New Years resolutions.
Success is about flexibility - which normal delivery kits and diet plans don't provide. Plus, their recipes are delicious - a great way to start eating healthy. A perfect example: their Bell Pepper “Nachos” with Beef and Cheddar.
My favorite part of PlateJoy is that they provide you with your shopping list, and the meal planning takes into account what's already in your pantry, and reuses ingredients so there's nothing going to waste.
Forget fad diets and trendy New Years resolutions. Check out PlateJoy for new healthy habits that will stick with you beyond the typical New Years resolution lifespan.
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