Posted by: Frank Walker LMFT | January 3, 2016

Making Realistic Resolutions…

realistic resolutions


Making Realistic resolutions.

Achieve your Resolutions in 2016

I am all about making changes and resolutions for the New Year.

Here are some thoughts about being successful with 2016 resolutions.

Make a Realistic Resolution List.

Making resolutions are all about being successful. You want to accomplish your resolutions. So lower your expectations to small achievable goals.

Want to lose weight? Take baby steps toward achieving your goal. Work toward losing 10 pounds instead of a bigger number. If you lose the 10 then go for the next goal.

Take things one day at a time.

Make a Dare to Dream List.

What are your dreams? Places to go, things to do?

Don’t be afraid to dream. What’s on your bucket list?

Write your dreams down and make a plan to fulfill your dreams.

Make resolutions to reach your dreams.

Make steps and plans to get there.

Know where you want to go and have a plan to get there. Maybe not this year, but maybe the next.

Want to go to Paris? Figure the cost and put a plan together to get there. Do some research, put a picture of Paris on the wall. Learn French.

Dream and seek out your dreams.


Evaluate Once or twice in the year.

Set a calendar date a month or six months from now to see how you are doing.

Keep your resolutions by evaluating your plan to reach them. Revise, renew your goals throughout the year.

Forget the calendar think long term.

You can’t accomplish your goals in a day or even a week. Plan for the long haul and stick to it.



Frank J Walker LMFT

1617 Main Street

Cambria, Ca. 93428


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