Fail on your new resolutions?? Try this……

For most of us, we probably started out this year going strong with our “new resolutions.”  But about this time, those resolutions  are soon forgotten. So what do we do with that?  We create new habits instead.

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Here at plainandnotsoplain I am all about helping others simplify their lifestyle.  How do we do that?  NOT by jumping into something and TRYING to do it all at one time.  No, we go about by implementing and learning new habits to our life to bring about change.

I am going to begin something new this year.  I am going to implement different modules that focus on areas that need changes in our life. Some of the areas include healthy eating, weight loss, exercise, quiet time, decluttering, getting out of debt, and more.

February’s module will be about healthy eating to bring about weight loss.  When you sign up, it is for that month ONLY.  I will send you 3 emails each week that will help you focus on changing habits slowly and repeating them to bring about changes.


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If you are interested in REALLY changing your life….then sign up—its FREE and ask a friend to join.  If you don’t enjoy it, you can unsubscribe at any time.  Fill out the form and we will begin in February for our healthy eating challenge.

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If you have any questions feel free to email me

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12 responses to “Fail on your new resolutions?? Try this……

  1. What a great idea! I love the idea of implementing goals step by step, with support and with the idea of creating a way of life or habit! Well done! I’d love to see what this might do with my own slow-moving areas of focus this year.

  2. What a great idea! It is SO important to have accountability when making any major lifestyle change, isn’t it?

    Thanks so much for stopping by the Mom 2 Mom Link Up! Hope you come join us again this week 🙂

    Rachael @ Diamonds in the Rough

  3. great idea, we all need someone to motivate us

  4. I agree, accountability makes the difference for me
    Thanks for sharing and challenging us by including in the #CoolJourney link up! Hope to see more of your posts included there soon

  5. I am really looking forward to this. I have been thinking about some changes I need to make to live healthier.

    • Kali, Great!!!! I am excited for it as well. We ALL need some accountability and sometimes it helps that it isn’t someone close to us—-but someone who is passionate about helping others:) Be blessed. I will be emailing you in February. Amy

  6. I love the idea of taking it month to month, less pressure, and more motivating! Thanks for linking to #workingmomwednesdays I am pinning and tweeting

  7. Lorilie Garcia

    I “stumbled” upon your site. God is sovereign over the internet, hence the quoted word stumbled. 🙂 I am a young believer having come to saving faith in Jesus Christ in early 2013, but have been so blessed by a solid biblical church and growing in maturity with other godly men and women as we serve the Lord and love others. That’s the very short version!!
    I am a teacher/instructor for disabled adults in a day school. I was working on preparing lesson plans for them for the following month, and came across your website…your lesson plans for your teenage daughter in the Proverbs 31 woman article is exactly what I am looking for. Simple, but important and not so detailed I cannot make them work with a variety of adults from mild to severe mental and physical disabilities!!
    And then I noticed this wee article and had to click on it. I have been in much prayer this year already concerning getting healthy (not so much losing weight —though i could much need it!!— but learning to care for the body He has given me for His glory, to learn self-control in this area and just to enjoy daily exercise and other areas involved in this large spectrum.
    Looking forward to implementing what you suggest.
    Lorilie Garcia

    • Garcia, I am so blessed to read your story. I pray that God will continue to use you in your position in life. What a blessing it is to be serving others. I am excited to walk alongside of you as we are accountable to healthier habits. Be blessed. Amy

  8. I completely agree! I stopped making resolutions years ago, and now, along with choosing a word for the year, I make specific and measureable goals for the year. Now, I’ll admit that I often get sidetracked or discouraged during the year, but I still work towards that original goal because I figure that any progress is still progress! (Check my 52 books per year goal, for instance. Hasn’t ever happened in the half dozen years I’ve said it. LOL I always start strong though!) Accountability is exactly why I decided to do the WLW linkup this year. Thanks for sharing your story! Can’t wait to catch up! Blessings!

    • Thank you for your story, it is very encouraging to hear how other woman live their lives. Be blessed. Amy

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