Failing at New Year’s Resolutions? Try a Reset

Monday may be the most unloved day of the week. For many people, it represents returning to work after the relaxation of the weekend. 

But Mondays also may be the best day to start a healthy new routine — not just as a New Year’s resolution but at any time of the year.

Researchers at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland say that Mondays should be viewed as a day for fresh starts.

The hashtag #MondayMotivation trends for a reason. 

And with New Year’s Day 2020 falling on a Wednesday, this first Monday of the year is the day that many people are kicking off their New Year’s resolutions, 85 percent of which are reportedly health related.

Resetting on Mondays

The Monday Campaigns’ Healthy Monday Reset initiative supports New Year’s resolutions throughout the year.

Excerpted from Healthline

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