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New habits = new results

Do you find it hard to create new habits?

Setting yourself a challenge is one way to help keep you motivated and on track.

Even better – share it with a friend, your family, your work colleagues or some other accountability buddy. Having someone to hold you accountable can make a huge difference to your success in achieving your goal, finishing your challenge, and setting those new habits in place

Mr R and I have decided we would like to increase our running distances so that we can run further along the beautiful cliff tops where we live. So to help build up those distances and re-establish those habits we have set ourselves the challenge of running 25 miles each month in 2020

Having that set goal means we will be motivated to put on our trainers, get outside and get running even when we don’t really feel like it

Have you set yourself any challenges recently? Drop me a message and let me know!

p.s. have you grabbed my free guide yet? In it I share 5 tips to help you lose weight whilst still enjoying the foods you love…some of them are shared in this vlog but there are others too! You can grab your copy here

p.p.s. are you in my FREE Facebook group yet? If you’re not then I’d love for you to join us. I host live workouts, share allll the knowledge bombs, set monthly challenges to help you embed some new healthy habits and help you work towards hitting your own health and wellness goals. Join us here

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