7 Science-Based Strategies to Boost Your Willpower and Succeed With Your New Year’s Resolutions

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It’s that time of year when people make their New Year’s resolutions – indeed, 93% of people set them, according to the American Psychological Association. The most common resolutions are related to losing weight, eating healthier, exercising regularly and saving money.

However, research shows that 45% of people fail to keep their resolutions by February, and only 19% keep them for two years.

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From Dancing to Bodybuilding: WBFF Pro Eve Dawes Interview

Eve Dawes

Eve Dawes is a woman of many accomplishments. Born in England, she started her career as a professional dancer; touring internationally with various shows. After 8 years of dancing, she entered the fitness world by attending the Premier International, which is the English equivalent of NASM in the US, and becoming a personal trainer.

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The Psychological Origins of Procrastination – and How We Can Stop Putting Things Off


“I love deadlines,” English author Douglas Adams once wrote. “I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by.”

We’ve all had the experience of wanting to get a project done but putting it off for later. Sometimes we wait because we just don’t care enough about the project, but other times we care a lot – and still end up doing something else.

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24 Fitness Experts Share Their Top Tips on How to Stay Motivated

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Transforming your body into the one you have always dreamt of isn’t easy. It can take years of hard work in the form of healthy eating and exercising. It’s also not a linear journey where everything happens steadily; you’ll likely meet obstacles and setbacks along the way. If you want to reach your goals, you need to stay motivated throughout this tough journey.

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