New Year’s Resolutions That Are Easy To Keep

New year's resolutions

Happy 2015 from everyone here at Perfect Profiles! How are your New Year’s resolutions going? It’s hard to break old habits or make new ones, which is what resolutions are all about. But if we can all just stick to one new habit, let’s choose not to be so hard on ourselves.

Why we’re bad at New Year’s resolutions

Most resolutions fail because they’re just too hard. Getting fit is a prime example. Vowing to get up early for a five-mile run three times a week seems perfectly do-able from the comfort of your armchair. It’s a totally different story at 6am in the dark with the rain thundering down outside.

Easy way to a happier you

If your goal is to be a better you this year, your teeth and gums are a good place to start. Getting your smile back can do wonders for your confidence as well as your oral health.

Getting a dental implant is a straightforward way to solve your missing teeth troubles forever. The
dental implant process is straightforward, and it takes just a few months to complete. Start now with a free consultation, and by this time next year, the days of hiding your smile and avoiding your favourite foods will be a thing of the past.

Call our team today to make your free, no obligation appointment on 01582 518100 between 9am and 5.30pm Monday to Friday. Or out of hours, please send us a message and we’ll contact you.

Be nicer to yourself

So, instead of setting yourself up to fail, try making your goals easier to achieve. If you need to lose weight, try switching to smaller portions rather than cutting out your favourite foods altogether. If you’re out of shape, start small; getting into the habit of regular exercise is more important than the activity or intensity – do something you enjoy.

Most of all, remember you’re only human. We all fall off the wagon when we’re tired, fed up or tempted. The main thing is not to give up, and forgive yourself if you make a mistake. Accepting you’re not going to be perfect will help get back on track should there be any slip ups.