Creating Accountability 

A really good way to make sure you stick to your new habit is to create some form of accountability for yourself. The easiest way to do this is to tell people about what you are doing. You should be proud of making this positive lifestyle change, and telling people about it means they can help you stick with your new habit. So, tell your friends, family or colleagues about what you’re doing, and ask them to keep track of your progress by checking up with you and see how you’re getting on. 

Alternatively, you could make people aware of your progress through posting on your social media pages. A short post about your progress every now and again will create some accountability for you without having to constantly find people to talk to about it. 

You might even find people who have an interest in what you are doing and wish to join you. Having a buddy helps maintain motivation and provides further encouragement.

Remember there are useful resources available to help think about and document your new habits in the MyCognition Healthy Habits toolkit.

You can also access the full Healthy Habits programme for FREE below: 


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