Checking-In on 2024 Weight Loss Goals

With weight loss maintaining its top spot among the annual list of New Year’s Resolutions, April and the beginning of spring is a great time to check in and gauge progress over the first three months of the year.

Are you where you want to be?

Are you making headway?

Have you encountered adversity?

Have you deviated from your original plan?

Are you as committed as you were when you started?

Can you recommit to the goal?

The good news is that there is no deadline for these goals and no expiration date on the process as long as one stays committed.

So, with that, take a moment to evaluate progress and, if necessary, adjust the process in order to better set up for long-term, lasting success.

Weight loss and maintaining a healthy weight is about adapting to a lifestyle that includes healthy eating patterns, regular physical activity, and stress management.

But sustaining that weight loss takes commitment and taking stock in those habits (both the good and bad) and setting attainable goals.

With that, one is able to reap the benefits of this healthy lifestyle.



Limiting foods:

  • High in calories
  • Saturated fats
  • Trans fats
  • Refined carbs
  • Sugar

A healthy diet includes:

  • Fruits
  • Vegetables
  • Whole grains
  • Lean meats
  • Low-fat dairy



  • 150 minutes of weekly moderate-intensity activity
  • Two days of muscle-strength training
  • Keeping stress low
  • Maintaining a proper sleep schedule



  • Improves circulation
  • Lower risk for developing chronic conditions (diabetes, heart disease, certain cancers, gallstones, arthritis, sleep apnea) Increased energy
  • Enhanced overall health