The new year brings with it new beginnings, new relationships, new goals, and those pesky goals we didn’t quite meet last year.
As a PT student, we’re learning how to write goals for our patients, and it is easy to apply those lessons to New Year’s Resolutions. A declared goal is an accomplished one–or at least a more likely to be accomplished one. There are a few components that make a good goal: S.M.A.R.T. Specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and timely. Here are my three biggest new year’s resolutions, how I’m going to achieve them, and how you can use my strategies for yourself.
I have always been a big reader, but as the demands of graduate school grow I’ve found myself turning more to mind numbing television, which, while entertaining, doesn’t provoke as much thought as a good book. Continue reading