New Year’s Resolutions & Noom
By: Justin Coleman
It’s hard to believe that 2019 is already over!
So much has happened this year, not just in the world, but also just within my little family.
My son has gone from baby to toddler, and my daughter has started her first year of preschool!
As for myself, I have written a few good articles for my wife’s blog, started my own blog about sales funnels, we worked hard to sell our house, and I finally took my health seriously and lost 35lbs.
I’ve come such a long way this year, this has got me thinking about what my New Year’s Resolutions will be for next year.
My New Year’s 2020 Resolutions
My first goal will be quite the task, but we have closing on a new house set for early 2020, so my first goal is to get moved successfully into the new house and our life settled back down.
Next, I plan to keep helping with my children’s development. I’d love to introduce our son to ABC Mouse, which has helped our daughter flourish in preschool.
I would also like to introduce our daughter to some basic coding games. They make these for fairly young kids now, so introducing her to this analytical thinking would be a big goal of mine.
I also have a pretty lofty health goal.
2019 was the year of weight loss.
2020 is going to be the year of weight maintenance.
My Goal of Weight Maintenance
Is that even a goal?
Yeah, I’d say it is.
Everyone’s goal seems to be weight loss, but I’ve already successfully done that in 2019 utilizing the Noom Weight Loss Program.
For 2020 I’d like to use the Noom Program once again to help me maintain my weight between 160 and 165lbs.
While I haven’t calories counted in awhile, I’ve still been able to maintain my weight over the last 3 months since my initial 16 week program has ended.
In order to give myself more staying power in keeping my weight the same, I plan to revisit the first 16 weeks of content with Noom.
My Next Phase With Noom
For this next round with Noom, I plan to go deep each week on really reading and understanding all of the articles and topics they give me.
There were days that I didn’t read all of the articles the first time around, and there were days I didn’t read them at all.
Now I want to go back and solidify my foundation in these topics to really help the tips and tricks stick in my head.
I don’t just want my weight maintenance these past few months to be a fluke.
I want to make Noom a lifestyle, engrain all of the psych tricks into my daily habits, and make this healthy weight stick for life.
I’ll set my weight loss goal to half a pound per week so I have a little bit of calorie restriction, and can go back down from 164.4lbs to 160, but my main focus this time around is on the content and using it to maintain health.
Care to Join Me In Maintaining or Losing Weight?
The Noom program is all about support systems.
My first time through my wife took the program with me and provided amazing support to get me through my weight loss journey.
This time she isn’t going through it with me, but I still have my Noom Coach and support group to rely on.
I also wouldn’t mind some of you reading this to join me in my journey.
Yes, I am an affiliate for Noom, but it really is a life-changing program if you learn the tips and tricks and commit yourself to life-long change.
You can sign up for the 2 week trial to Noom using my link. It’s a pay-what-you-want trial, with a $1 minimum for the full two weeks.
Email us at email@example.com after you’ve singed up, and I will send you an invitation to our Private Facebook Group where we can work to take our journey together and offer each other additional support!
In the meantime, share your 2020 goals in the comments below! We’d love to hear about your health- or other- goals, and give you some encouragement to make 2020 your year!
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