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We are already well into January, how many of us have set a goal or resolution to live a happier, healthier life this year? Raise your hands, ladies and gents. These lifestyle-change resolutions could be to lose weight, exercise more, eat better or other healthier lifestyle goals. The one thing all of these have in common is that they can be difficult and they all require willpower. 

We start our goals with good intentions, we say we can do it, we feel somewhat motivated and then it happens. That negative voice plays over when things start getting tough. The thing is, nobody said change is easy no matter what that change is. It is time to get rid of that negative voice that we have about our own self images that's holding us back and focus on positive energy! 

According to a recent survey on behalf of Kellogg's Special K, 97% of Canadians agree that having a positive attitude is better for helping achieve goals but 66% still admit to talking down about each others and their own image, that is so wrong. 

We are all built a certain way, bigger or smaller we are who we are. It is up to us to maintain a healthy, happy body by eating right and getting the right exercise. We need to kick the negative thoughts, kick the bad talk and encourage each other.

Kellogg's Special K encourages Canadians to live healthier, happier lives by offering an array of cereals and snacks like Special K Chocolaty Red Berries, Popcorn Chips and Granola Bars just to name a few. 

Learn more about how Kellogg's encourages Canadians, find customizable meal plans and weight management tips to help kick-start a positive and healthy weight management plan available at myspecialk.ca


Posted by AME on behalf of Kellogg's who sent me complimentary product to try with my family. Opinions and comments are those of the author. 

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67 comments:

  1. to take time out of myself, and stop putting myself last.

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  2. losing the weight I gained in the past six months and getting back to healthy eating

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  3. Eating better and getting back to the real me.

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  4. Eating more fruits and veggies!
    Julie G.

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  5. My goal is to start making healthier meals for my family and I
    thanks

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  6. My first goal is to cut down my fats and sugars to loose 17 lbs and I am on my way.

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  7. I need to exercise more, drink water and eat healthier.

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  8. My #1 goal is to try and eat healthier, which includes less sugar, fat and processed foods!

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  9. Exercise more and find the balance.

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  10. to love myself more than I have in the past

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  11. To go back to being me and not the person some people think I should be!

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  12. My #1 goal is to change my diet more heart healthy.

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  13. I want to reduce the amount of sugar I consume.

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  14. Eating in smaller portions and working out

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  15. Eating in smaller portions and working out

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  16. mine is to do workouts a few times a week

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  17. My goal is to try to make time for myself to work-out. Being at home with 2 kids - that isn't always easy to do.

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  18. My goal in 2014 is to reduce my intake of carbohydrates and increase my intake of protein.

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  19. My goal is to learn to cook healthier for my family.

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  20. My goal is to eat healthier snacks and avoid junk food.

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  21. My goal is to get out walking more now that we have adopted our dog.

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  22. I could use to lose some pounds so I can geel better about myself and feel that I can move without getting out of breath.

    Londia

    silverneon2000 at yahoo dot com

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  23. I have been slacking a little on getting enough fruits and vegetables so I am trying to increase the amount of those items in my diet

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  24. I need to remember to eat! I always am so busy making sure my kid is fed that I forget about myself until I'm starving.. not healthy at all.

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  25. My number one goal is to lose enough weight to fit into my prebaby clothes.

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  26. Do lots of walking - and not let bad weather discourage me from making a daily trek

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  27. To take the time exercise more + not stress about the small things!

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  28. I have been eating healthier foods with less convenience and prepacked items

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  29. To do more active outside activities with my children.

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  31. I want to try to eat healthier,as I don`t do a good job of that now,,but really want to eat healthier!!
    (Karla Sceviour)

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  32. Eat a lot less sugar and exercise regularly by walking for 30 minutes a day

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  33. eat less sugar and eat more fresh foods
    (Tammy Dalley)

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  34. Make time to exercise at least 30 minutes each day, regardless!

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  35. To create/make healthier meals and to laugh more often!

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  36. My number one goal is to get out and walk every day.

    SueSueper

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  37. I want to get outside for more walks and hikes and fresh air.

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  38. Get outside more, and ride the exercise bike that's sitting waiting for me in the basement.

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  39. To switch completely to whole grains.

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  40. I want to increase my endurance so I'll be doing more cardio.

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  41. My #1 goal is to start being more active (jogging)

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  42. We as a family have decided to be more aware of what is going into our bodies, healthy choices over fast choices.

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  43. I want to keep up with exercising on a weekly basis

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  44. I want to eat smaller portions and involve more fresh fruit and veggies in every meal.

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  45. getting back on track with a healthy diet now that everything has settled in with baby

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  46. I want to be more active. Not to necessarily lose weight, just to be healthier and more fit

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  47. My goal is to eat healthier foods and better portion sizes as well as drink 8 glasses of water a day

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  48. I want to stop obsessing over calories and just FUEL my body properly after I workout so much!

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  49. I'd like to cut down on wheat and dairy products!

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  50. my goal for 2014 is to exercise more and to drink more water

    texan_michael AT yahoo DOT com

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  51. My number 1 goal is to make sure my kids are eating more meats and green leafy vegetables as we just found out my oldest son is anemic.

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  52. My goal is to eat healthier and exercise more.

    Florence C

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  53. Eating healthier

    billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

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