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LEARN HOW TO STOP THE INVASIVE SPOTTED LANTERNFLY
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Updated: January 5, 2018
Time for Change
Every year when January rolls around, folks are compelled to make New Year’s resolutions. Our intention to join the gym or give up smoking are sincere on December 29th, but come January 28th we have abandoned our good intentions and light up another cigarette. This year why not consider making one behavior change each month adding a new health change as the year unfolds?
Here are some healthy suggestions:
An entire year has passed, and now look at how many healthy habits you have established over the year. Making one change per month and adding as the year goes is a more successful way to make major health and life changes than taking them all on in January. If you were unsuccessful at some roll them over to the following New Year. Eventually you will have success if you take one day at a time.
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