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Are you still making resolutions at the beginning of the year? Feeling skittish in 2021? After the year 2020 was, I think a resolve to look after and take care of yourself is sufficient.
Maybe eating more food than pre-pandemic was your 2020 go-to for whatever made you feel bad. That could be an old or new habit. If food has become a vice you want to get in check, are you willing to make 2021 the year you try a new diet?
Resolve to take care of yourself, love yourself, and learn more about yourself and make food your best friend. Have you heard about Noom? It is a health and wellness program that walks you through a holistic way to look at your relationship with food.
Here are some of the features of Noom that I really like:
- Personalized accountability for health and wellness
If you take the time to be honest during the assessment you will be guided through to a place where you make an agreement with yourself for your daily goals
- The Noom community that offers group support – you’re matched with other Noomers at the same steps in your journey.
Being part of a group with the same goals is super important. You’re not alone!
- When you join Noom you will be in contact with a personal coach to help guide you to your health goals
A real person checks in with you to see what’s going on, how they can help, and to keep you pumped up.
- Log exercises, blood sugar, blood pressure on the Noom app
I love listing things to do and then crossing them off of my list. I love going back and seeing what I’ve accomplished. This feature gives me the same happy feeling.
- Noom helps you to track food with a helpful barcode scanner
With so much to track in our lives, having help tracking food is a relief.
Lose weight for good with Noom.
But committing to anything long term right now could sound unattractive during so much uncertainty. I get that. If you’re like me, you’re doing things differently in 2021. I’m keeping all the good stuff I’ve been doing from forever, bringing over what I tried in 2020 that worked and taking 2021 from there.
I chose a mantra for the year and was given a focus word. I automated tithing, savings, and investing for the first time in forever. And I am taking the slow lane by designating January – March as my time to designate my priorities for my time and efforts. That encompasses all aspects of my life. If you are doing something similar, yay! Is food your vice? You can try Noom’s trial today.
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