Why health resolutions fail

January 21, 2019 Providence Health Team

The vast majority of New Year's resolutions involve a pledge to try to become healthier, but most people find their resolve fades a few weeks after the champagne corks have been popped.

Check out our infographic and learn how to focus on the process instead of the finish line for greater success hitting your health and wellness targets.

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