Wellness Calendar by MediBuddy: Chart Your Health Goals for 2019

 

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Another year, another chance to do something good for your health. But will you?

If you’re like half of the adults on this planet, you’ll have a New Year’s resolution. But once the fireworks stop, the greetings have done their rounds, and your favourite bottle of bubbly goes back on the shelf, the same pledge is hard to fulfil. The thing about a resolution is that the fire that ignites it ebbs away into obscurity with each passing day. According to reasearch, only about 77% of resolutions are on track just a week into the New Year. And in about six months, only about 40% will have stayed the course.

Now, there might be countless reasons as to why a pledge fails. Two of the culprits include having unrealistic goals, and having troubles transforming your dreams into actions and then sticking to them. You must know how to outsmart the odds by breaking down your pledge into doable goals and making sure that you follow through every day.

How Can The MediBuddy Wellness Calendar Help?

In the same manner you break down your pledge into doable goals, you should break down the timeline you’ve set to fulfil the pledge. Sure you can use any calendar to track your progress, but this calendar gives you so much more. Within the calendar you will find information about 12 World Health Organization days that commemorate public health issues: World Leprosy Eradication Day, World Cancer Day and the like. Moreover, every month carries an interesting fact, figure, or a health tip that revolves around the WHO day.

As an individual with a pledge to improve your health (which already qualifies you as an ambassador of good health), you should also be aware of global health issues so that you can inspire others to do more.

We’ve got the ball rolling, now it’s your turn to keep it going. Download the
MediBuddy e-Calendar and keep track of your health all year long. Wish y-
ou a bright and healthy New Year! Stay well!

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