With the start of 2021 around the corner, it’s normal to have New Year’s Resolutions on your mind.

While it’s true that New Year’s is a good time to think about healthy changes you’d like to make, there are a lot of reasons to make your and your family’s health a priority all year long, including your physical, mental, and relationship health.

To help you set resolutions that you’ll stick to next year, this week, we’re sharing some tips for you to think about. Our first tip is to start small. It can be tempting to want to set big resolutions for the New Year, but the key to sticking to your resolutions is to start small. Even if you have a larger goal in mind, it can be helpful to break it down into smaller goals that help lead to your long-term resolution.