2. Chart Your Progress

You know that staying motivated to reach your 2017 goals means keeping track of your progress.

In order to stay on track and check in with yourself, it comes as a no-brainer that you must chart your progress every week!

Checking the bathroom scale every single day during the first two weeks of January, only to see the numbers barely budge, isn't what I'm talking about.2

In fact, I'll be writing a different blog post soon about other ways you can chart progress, outside of the scale.

In short, remember that progress comes in all shapes, forms, and sizes.

If you used to eat Lean Cuisines or fast food for lunch five days a week, and now you're bringing healthy, nutritious food for lunch one or two days a week, then guess what?

THAT IS PROGRESS!

Ultimately, these small, progressive steps will move the numbers on the scale in the right direction.

Remember that when it comes to progress, you should think of it as a million baby steps to move you one large step further.

If you chart the small changes, you have no doubt the big ones will come!

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