What’s Your New Year Resolution for 2016?

New Year Resolutions, hair salons in milton keynesWhile most of us start the New Year with good intentions, how many of us actually stick to our goals?

We vow to exercise more, eat healthy meals, cut down on alcohol and spend more time with family friends – but studies show that we’ve usually broken most of our resolutions by the first week in February.

So, what can we do to stick to our goals?

New Year Resolution: Have A Hair Makeover at Gavin Ashley Hairdressing, Bury St Edmunds

hair makeovers, bury st edmunds hair salonA great New Year resolution that is well within your reach is to have a makeover.  If you’ve been working the same old hairstyle for years, why not make a change for 2016?

A new hair cut, style or colour can give you a massive boost in confidence and that often has a knock-on effect in other areas of your life.  You may find the confidence to socialise more, apply for that job or promotion, or try that Hiit class!

The hair and colour experts at Gavin Ashley Hairdressing in Bury St Edmunds are trained to understand which hairstyles suit different face shapes and which hair colours will look best with skin tone and eye colour.  Your stylist will listen and advise you on some hairstyles that will be perfect for you.

Whatever your needs, we are here to help men and women achieve the hair of their dreams in 2016.  Give us a call on 01284 754066 to book your appointment.

New Year’s Resolutions You Are Likely To Break

Want to know which New Year’s resolutions you are likely to break?  According to several internet sources, the top 10 list of commonly broken New Year’s resolutions are:

  • Lose Weight and Get Fit
  • Quit Smoking
  • Learn Something New
  • Eat Healthier and Diet
  • Get Out of Debt and Save Money
  • Spend More Time with the Family
  • Travel to New Places
  • Be Less Stressed
  • Volunteer
  • Drink Less Alcohol

How To Keep Your New Year Resolution

hair cuts and colour, bury st edmunds hair salonDo not despair! According to the American Psychological Association, you can stick to your New Year’s resolution by following these steps:

Make Resolutions You Think You Can Keep – If you would like to eat healthier, try replacing dessert with a healthy option you actually enjoy!

Change One Behaviour At A Time –  Work towards changing one thing at a time.

Share Your Experiences – Join a support group, talk to friends and family about your goals. Having someone to share your struggles and successes with makes your journey easier and less intimidating.

Everyone Has Ups And Downs – Don’t give up because you broke your diet, or skipped the gym.  Recover from your slip ups and get back on track.