Once you've decided to start making personal changes, you have to stick with them. Managing personal change can be difficult. For example, you can make a resolution to work out every day, but then discover a few weeks later that you no longer have the motivation to exercise. If this happens to you, don't feel bad because it happens to everyone. Luckily, there are tips you can follow to help you get back into a healthy exercise routine.
The Mayo Clinic states that one of the best ways to stay with an exercise routine is to make it fun. For example, do you usually always go to the gym and hit the treadmill? Instead of doing that, consider taking a yoga class a few days a week, which may help hold your interest.
Shape magazine suggests using vision board to help keep yourself motivate to exercise. These boards can feature a picture of a dress you want to fit into or an image of beach that you want to visit once you get yourself into shape for bathing suit season.