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Forget New Year's Resolution... Find Your Word Instead

New Year’s resolutions have always been a bit foreign to me. In my culture, our tradition is to eat twelve grapes at midnight, each one representing a wish. We would also write down all the positive things from the past year and on another piece of paper we would write down all the negative things then we would burn all the negatives at midnight, and that was that. Also, New Year’s resolutions never resonated with me. Perhaps because I saw goals as rules you must follow. Rules make me feel trapped and then I would rebel against them. Now that I am a nutritionist, I realize how important and how self-damaging New Year's Resolutions can be. New Year's Resolutions can be a recipe for future

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