As the New Year approaches, many Americans begin making resolutions to address lifestyle changes. As the end of the year comes to a close, seniors and middle-aged Americans often find themselves bombarded with the hype of new expectations and a pending New Year. Are resolutions appropriate? Do most seniors and middle-age Americans accomplish their New Year resolutions? It takes more than just jotting down a list of resolutions to make productive lifestyle changes. Resolutions, at any age, need to be achievable in order to be effective.
Older adults can adhere to practical resolutions more easily if these include meaningful tasks. Resolutions and changes should be observable and measurable. Keeping track of what occurs gives more impetus in making changes. When following a healthy diet, seniors may want to include available compute...
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