Tracking your small victories will take you far in Diabetes management.

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Tracking your small victories will take you far in Diabetes management.

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We often beat ourselves up for not reaching some of our big goals. You’ll think to yourself “well, I didn’t reach the big goal, so nothing else counts.” 

Changing your mindset and focusing on small victories instead is one way to reach those goals, and feel like you’re actually making progress. 

When you look at goals in bite-sizes, you achieve more, and you’re willing to keep working to make that goal a reality. That’s the mindset I went into 2018 with, and it has really changed the way I achieve my goals. 

I wrote more about my thoughts about small victories in Healthline! Check out the article here, and let me know what you think in the comments section.

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