It’s nearly February. January was a blur. You had the best (the best!) of intentions. You were going to do #allthethings – get organized, workout, spend more time with friends, start that magical project you’ve always wanted to start, eat clean, practice yoga regularly, be more healthy, more mindful, more zen.
It was going to be SO good. And it all went sideways.
As February approaches, take heart in these easy steps to hit the rest button on your new year’s resolutions.
- Revisit that list of goals – Was it too long? Too ambitious? Too vague? Pick three things from your list you want to re-commit to now. Simplify them. Get clear about them. Document them.
- Get started today – What can you do today for each of your resolutions that will help you achieve a small incremental step towards achieving your goals?
- Buddy Up – Studies have shown that meeting a wellness goal is a lot easier when you have a friend to keep you accountable. Let a friend or family member know what you want to tackle in February and ask them to help.
If practicing yoga regularly was on your big list of new year’s resolutions and you haven’t found a way to make it stick (or start at all!), three ways to get your yoga resolutions back on track:
- New Year, New Perspective Yoga Classes – We curated a list of yoga classes for the new year that focus on all the ways a new year can be a refresh and a reset. Just because you didn’t take these classes in January doesn’t mean they aren’t the perfect way to reset in the new year.
- Start a Yoga Program – Need a little yoga guidance? Our programs for strength, flexibility and getting calm help guide you through three weeks of yoga classes designed to help you meet a specific goal. When you’re resetting your yoga resolutions, a little help goes a long way. Think of our programs as your buddy – pick your schedule, get emails when your next class is up, track your progress and complete your goal!
- 30 Days of Glo Challenge – Last year, we got a group of yogis to do 30 yoga classes in 30 days. That’s a big commitment but if you want to practice more yoga in the new year, our 30 days of yoga challenge is a great place to start.
Let’s treat this week like it’s the first week of January. Reset, renew, take back those goals and make them true.
We’re here for you every step of the way.