Reach Out: Changing your behaviour for the new year

It's the new year, which is a new start and full of promise, but it can be hard to motivate yourself to do anything rather than sit and watch television.

6th January, 2013
You can still achieve your goals if you keep at it.

It's the new year, which is a new start and full of promise. After the Christmas break you're hopefully rested, or well-watered and fed at least. You may be full of optimism and confidence with a list of resolutions.

But when it's still dark and cold outside, with a good lot of winter left it can be hard to motivate yourself to do anything rather than sit and watch television.

There is a psychological theory...

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