Set Goals instead of Resolutions

Set Goals instead of Resolutions

ILLINOIS (WBC/DANA COMM.) — A recent survey shows about 25% of people break their New Year’s resolutions by the second week of January. To be successful with resolutions, it’s important to develop a plan for achieving the goals and to stay motivated, according to an psychiatric expert Derick Johnson, who says setting specific goals that are realistic, achievable, and measurable. In other words, take the New Year one day at a time.

To be successful with resolutions, it’s important to develop a plan for achieving the goals and to stay motivated. Overall, Johnson says the “goal” to always have in mind is to end the year better than you started.

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Downtown Blues

Downtown Blues

The Granada Theatre presents Downtown Blues featuring The Ivas John Band. Devin Williams from Springfield, Illinois will open and local favorite Eastwood Frisch will return to the Granada stage!

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